Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison was forced to make an apology on social media after posting an 11-second meme to his Twitter account.
The video showed MPs putting their hands in the air during Question Time in synch with Fatman Scoop's 2006 hip hop track Be Faithful.
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The post was captioned with an equally modern caption: "QT was on fire today. Good work, team".
The full version of the song includes a number of sexual references and swearing.
The clip was viewed more than 170,000 times before it was taken down, with Mr Morrison later explaining: "The full lyrics of the song used in my earlier video from QT today were just not OK. When I found out, I asked the team to take it down. Apologies".
As the post went viral, social media users were quick to poke fun at the gaffe, including Labor members who criticised the "embarrassing" faux pas.
SA MP Chris Picton posted a video of a shipping container on fire - referencing Mr Morrison's "on fire" caption.
Victorian MP Tim Watts similarly replied to the video with a GIF of Elmo on fire.
A number of other social media users also weighed in, with one man sharing: "This made me cringe so hard I turned inside out."
One person called for the sacking of his social media team as others questioned if Mr Morrison's account had been hacked.