Anyone contacting Twitter's press office will get a short and quick reply - but likely not one they expect.
Owner Elon Musk has said that anyone who emails the company's press centre will now receive an automatic reply of a poo emoji.
firstname.lastname@example.org now auto responds with 💩
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 19, 2023
Newstalk can confirm this is the case, after requesting clarity around the new policy.
It is the latest in a number of questionable business choices the billionaire has made since he bought the company last October for around €44 billion.
His first move was to fire the company's top leadership, which he accused of misleading him over the number of spam accounts on the platform.
More recent changes meant Irish Twitter users could no longer report tweets that may be misleading or actively spreading disinformation as of last week.
Another feature, the 'nudge alert' - which was introduced last year and prompts people to reconsider tweet replies containing harmful language - had also disappeared.
Late last year then-Taoiseach Micheál Martin branded Twitter's treatment of its employees as "unacceptable", after 140 staff in Ireland were made redundant.
"It’s unacceptable what’s happening within Twitter in terms of employees who have very uncertain futures," he told Newstalk.
“There’s a need for coherence and there’s a need for a clear road map ahead in terms of Twitter.
“So, we will work with all employees to see what we can do to help and to be of assistance," he added.