Oh Wayne, social media is not your friend.
The England Captain’s latest fail involves a brilliant mix-up when wishing his Instagram fans a Happy St. Patrick’s Day.
The geographically educated will notice immediately that the flag emoji he uses isn’t that of the Republic of Ireland… but the Ivory Coast!
To be fair to Wayne, it’s a fairly easy one to confuse – Spot the difference:
Nevermind Wayne… it can’t be as bad as some of your other social media blunders:
Instagram is just the latest in a long line of social media platforms upon which Wayne Rooney will inevitably embarrass himself.
Twitter has been the bane of the Man United forward’s life for half a decade now, producing some of the sites most infamous tweets:
Anyone know whrn the premier league startet. What year.
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) December 22, 2011
Not understanding how Direct Messages work.
Hi rio do u want picking up in the morning pal
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) April 23, 2011
The Time He Threatened To Knock Himself Out.
@WayneRooney I’ll put u asleep within 10 seconds u little girl. Don’t say stuff and not follow up on it. I’ll be waiting
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) May 17, 2011
Always Believe in Snow.
Gutted to lose game last night. We move on to Uruguay now. We have to believe snow stay positive
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) June 15, 2014
You OK Mate?
Mate mate mate mate mate.
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) July 2, 2011