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Monday, July 9, 2012

Supervisor Eric Mar Shows Some Personality on Twitter

Posted By on Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 8:30 AM

Anytime we hear "Supervisor Eric Mar," we immediately think of strippers eating Happy Meals in the Richmond. Sorry, Eric, we can't help it! 

And knowing how the prudish Mar is so easily offended by half-naked women and french fries, bloggers were shocked, shocked to find the uninspiring pol getting saucy on Twitter last week:


Now that just doesn't read like his typical Board of Supervisors resolution.

Mar confirmed to richmondsfblog that his account had been hacked and the tweet was removed.

"@richmondsfblog Thanks. Yes my twitter acct must have been hacked. Am now investigating what happened."

He then issued this tweet: "Apologies to anyone who may have been

offended by this morning's hacked tweet. We've changed our account

password and reported it. Thanks!"

Needless to say, "Stripper Mobile" isn't a secure password, so Mar will need a new one. Any ideas for the District 1 supervisor?

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