It can some times go a little too strongly, if you are in a hurry.
It had the Copenhagen Police true after Thursday's Europa League match between FC Copenhagen and Celtic.
Here they had sent a tweet out, which created great amusement among their followers on Twitter.
They wrote, among other things: 'It has been good to have you gays in the city', when they came to write the 'gays' instead of 'guys', which was probably the original plan.
Tweetet only managed to be online in a few minutes, before the police removed it. Here had several, however, already reached to save an image of it.
Six minutes after the police first tweet, was a new tweet on their profile, where the text had been corrected.
We want to thank the fans of @CelticFC – it's been great having you guys— the Copenhagen Police (@KobenhavnPoliti) February 20, 2020
in town - no registered problems during the night. We wish you a safe journey
back to Scotland #politidk #COPCEL
the Extra Leaf has turned to the Police, but it has not yet been possible to get a comment.
FCK played to a 1-1 draw against Celtic after a bad Danish the first half, however, was exchanged for a better second half.
VAR was for the first time taken into use in Denmark, copenhageners got a penalty for hand on the ball, but Jens Stage burned, and Celtic must thus be seen as the favourites to go far in the field managed in Scotland on Thursday.
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