When ESPN invited football fans to share questions they had for Arsenal's Jack Wilshere, they probably weren't expecting the request to backfire quite like it did.
The sports network were preparing for an upcoming interview with the England and Arsenal midfielder and were met with some hardcore trolling.
-- ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) May 11, 2016
There was mention of the upcoming Euro 2016 and whether Wilshere will be featured in Roy Hodgson's 23-man squad, which is yet to be announced.
Where are you planning on watching the Euros this summer? #AskJackWilshere
-- Lara © (@laazarini7) May 11, 2016
If you go to the Euros over obviously better players, what minute do you plan to get injured in the pre-match warm ups? #AskJackWilshere
-- Kavvviiii (@kavvviiii) May 11, 2016
#AskJackWilshere Where are you going on your summer holidays? (guessing it won't be France)
-- Firthy (@firthy76) May 11, 2016
Of course, the 24-year-old's susceptibility to injury was also the topic of conversation.
He only returned to the pitch in April after suffering a hairline crack in his calf bone last August.
Have you checked your PPI claim as you always seem to be injured at work? #AskJackWilshere
-- Darren Mayes (@daznccc) May 11, 2016
#AskJackWilshere Do you feel your career as a professional NHS patient has been interrupted by football?
-- Liz (@captainboo) May 11, 2016
Dele Alli's name was dotted throughout #AskJackWilshere, and it came as no surprise.
Throughout the season the Tottenham midfielder - who was voted the PFA Young Player of the Year - has constantly been compared to Wilshere.
Did you ever in your wildest dreams think that you'd get a chance to play the same national team as Dele Alli? #AskJackWilshere
-- steve (@SteveCOYSTHFC) May 11, 2016
Do you find it frustrating that you haven't got the skill, pace, vision, technical and goal scoring ability of Dele Alli? #AskJackWilshere
-- Glen (@Itchyteef) May 11, 2016
How does it feel when you've seen Dele Alli achieve far more in his 1st season than u ever have? #AskJackWilshere
-- Monty (@RealBristolSpur) May 11, 2016