India's sports minister Vijay Goel is not having a great time in Rio is he? First, the organisers threatened to kick him out of the Olympics after he and his contingent were seen allegedly barging into venues without accreditation, then people on Twitter started calling him out for taking too many selfies and being a bad omen for India's athletes - and as if that wasn't enough - he's now spelled gymnast Dipa Karmakar's name wrong.
Goel tweeted out a good luck message to the gymnast just before her vault final, in which she finished a remarkable fourth - missing out by just 0.15 points for a bronze medal - but typed 'Karmanakar' instead of 'Karmakar'.
To make things worse, the picture he tweeted to wish Dipa had his own face on it (he deleted the tweet later, but it was too late).
And Twitter didn't like it.
@VijayGoelBJP yaar time for you to come home. Bohot hogaya. Khud ki picture daalne bandh karo mahoday— Sagar Dubey (@cigardubey) August 14, 2016
.@VijayGoelBJP Sir desh ke liye kuch karna chathe ho toh chup chap so jaye 😒— Akshay (@ComedyBanda) August 14, 2016
@VijayGoelBJP ummm Sir , you could had used her picture in the least— Anamika Srivastava (@anamika___) August 14, 2016
.@VijayGoelBJP पनौती - नाम का स्पेलिंग भी नहीं जनता या नाम भी नहीं जानते। ? मिनिस्टर - भक साला— Sir (@CriminalSingh) August 14, 2016
@VijayGoelBJP Selfie Chacha Karmakar ka speellinng bhi nahin jaante.— रंगा सियार (@RangaSiyaar) August 14, 2016