Crayola’s Facebook Page Got Hacked, and Oh My, Look at the Off-Color Posts

Brand apologizes for 'offensive content'

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If any brand is less deserving of an adult-themed paint job, it's Crayola.

Yes, the crayon company is synonymous with childlike innocence. But it was anything but on Sunday, when its Facebook page was hacked by unknown deviants. Once inside the brand's account, the perpetrators shared click-baity links to R-rated sites throughout the day, sending poor Crayola into a panic. 

Below are images of some of the posts. While most are relatively tame—containing dirty drawings and innuendo—some of the images are NSFW. 

Crayola eventully took back control of the page and posted this update on Twitter:


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@maskeroni alfred.maskeroni@adweek.com Alfred Maskeroni is director of video for Adweek.
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