HACKERS took over the Disneyland official Instagram account and used it to post hateful speech and slurs.
The page has been restored and the insensitive posts were removed just before 8:00AM.
The hackers' posts contained strange and edgy memes with captions that were loaded with swear words.
"I am a super hacker that is here to bring revenge upon Disney land," part of one caption read.
Other posts made light of COVID-19 and mocked Disney employees.
"Disney PR gonna have a bad day," one commenter wrote before the posts were deleted.
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All four unsanctioned posts were signed by a mysterious character named David Do.
It is unknown if Do is the man in a selfie posted to the Disneyland account during the hack.
One post tagged a private account, @chi11estpanda, which featured aselfie of the same man.
It is unclear if Disneyland will pursue repercussions for the hacker responsible for taking over their account.
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The unapproved posts generated thousands of comments from shocked and upset fans.
Disney's other accounts were reportedly unaffected.
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