这则消息激怒了数十名Twitter用户，他们纷纷转发了这则消息，但之后不久，这则消息就被迅速删除。克莱斯勒在Twitter上道歉，之后又在博客中称，这则“不当评论”是由其社交媒体代理公司New Media Strategies的一名员工发布的。克莱斯勒表示，这名员工已经被“解雇”，之后又发布公告称不会再与NMS续签合同。
Chrysler cusses out its hometown drivers
Chrysler touted its hometown pride with "Imported from Detroit" TV ads, but the embattled automaker iced some of those warm feelings in an errant tweet in March.
The post went out on Chrysler's Twitter account: "I find it ironic that Detroit is known as the #motorcity and yet no one here knows how to f---ng drive." Except, you know, with the full f-word.
Scores of incensed Twitter users retweeted the line, which was quickly deleted. Chrysler tweeted an apology, and later said on its blog that the "inappropriate comment" had been posted by an employee at New Media Strategies, its social media agency. Chrysler said the person had been "terminated," and separately announced that it would not renew its contract with NMS.
The fired NMS employee, Scott Bartosiewicz, gave an interview to a local ABC affiliate and blamed a bug in Twitter app TweetDeck. Mere weeks later, Bartosiewicz landed a new job overseeing a blog and social media accounts for a local festival sponsored by Ford. -- Julianne Pepitone