The Editor of Unionist publication Unionist Voice and prominent member of Twitter's outrage brigade, Jamie Bryson, is feeling the heat today after making a pretty whopper gaffe yesterday evening.
The Northern Irishman attended yesterday's meeting of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland and spotted something in the crowd that spurred him to take to Twitter in disgust.
Posting a picture of a flag in the crowd, he wrote:
'So during an evening of anti-British hate & abuse from Republic of Ireland supporters, they also unveil a banner of a masked terrorist.'
Unfortunately for Bryson, what he was looking at was actually a very inoffensive Munster crest.
Twitter was pretty quick to point out his mistake to him, and in fairness - he was a good sport about the whole mishap.
Well, it appears I may have made an error tonight & mistaken a Munster crest for a masked IRA man. Even I have to laugh at that one. ????
— Jamie Bryson (@JamieBrysonCPNI) November 15, 2018
Apology accepted Seamy pic.twitter.com/HBp7gMWwVm
— Eamonn McMullan (@EamonnMac92) November 15, 2018