Australian betting aggregator Oddschecker got everyone really angry when it tweeted about Manchester United footballer James Wilson and his partner.
The responses to the tweet were overwhelming and immediate...
It's not the first time betting companies have courted controversy on Twitter, being some of the worst offenders of racist, sexist messages to its audience of predominantly young men.
Last month, UK company Paddy Power joked about police brutality against black men. Back in February, Australia's Sportsbet was forced to apologise for opening up a transphobic market into Bruce Jenner's gender transition.