An inadvertent post on Idaho Rep. Raul Labrador's Twitter account by a staffer lauded a television show racily advertised during the Super Bowl on Sunday.
The tweet, which said "Me likey Broke Girls," was deleted after 14 seconds but is viewable through a website that collects deleted tweets from politicians. Labrador's office apologized and blamed a "staff error."
Labrador's spokesman, Phil Hardy, was apparently responsible - he tweeted the same statement on his personal Twitter account just after Labrador's post was deleted, but he added he'd never seen an episode.
Politicians typically have staff members dedicated to posting on social media accounts like Twitter and Facebook under their name. People juggling multiple accounts sometimes mix up accounts when posting.
Labrador's incident earned the attention of national culture websites like BuzzFeed.