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The State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs apologized for a tweet it sent out Wednesday that warned Americans of scams while traveling overseas.

“Not a ‘10’ in the US? Then not a 10 overseas. Beware of being lured into buying expensive drinks or worse – being robbed. #springbreakingbadly,” the tweet read.

It has since been deleted, but several media organizations had already captured the tweet, and Twitter users were quick to respond.

The tweet was part of the state department’s “spring breaking badly” campaign.

However, the “not a 10” tweet fell flat, forcing the government agency to apologize.

Information about what to do if you're a victim of crime overseas can be found on the department's travel website.

The site notes that while the state department can provide many services for Americans needing help overseas, it cannot investigate crimes, provide legal advice or represent someone in court, serve as an official interpreter or translator, or pay legal, medical, or other fees.

Here’s to wishing all a happy and safe spring break!