Problem is, Amy Adams isn't attending some movie premiere in that photo -- she's arriving at her friend Philip Seymour Hoffman's funeral. This is only slightly more tasteful than Armani bragging about how awesome their latest suit looked on Philip Seymour Hoffman's body.
Valentino quickly issued a hasty apology, insisting they hadn't realized the context of the photograph before sending out their dumbass self-congratulatory back slap.
Oreo Cookies Automatically Retweets Angry Racism
Social media can be a difficult minefield to navigate, particularly if you're a large corporate entity that just blindly reblogs any piece of content that mentions your name. Like the official Oreo Cookie Twitter account, for example. As part of an online promotion, Oreo implemented an auto-reply feature to respond to anyone who participated, including one civil-rights-championing user whose Twitter handle rhymes with "bucking digger."
This is worse than when Fig Newton got drunk and started denying the Holocaust.
The result was an all-caps Klan rally greeting card followed by Oreo's accidentally official endorsement. The Internet frowned, and Oreo quickly deleted the message and blamed the whole affair on robots.