In an attempt to help Florida victims of Hurricane Irma fix damaged roofs, FEMA tweeted a sex hotline number that was only a couple of digits off from the roofing program’s actual phone number. The consumer affairs website, Consumerist, screen-grabbed the now-deleted tweet from the FEMA account.
The agency tweeted the sex line’s 1-800-ROOF-BLU number instead of 1-888-ROOF-BLU for Operation Blue Roof in what could have only led to a series of unusual yet stimulating phone calls.
FEMA’s Region 4 account has since added a new tweet with the correct number.
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