Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg found himself at the centre of controversies early in August this year when he accidently posted his own shirtless photo on the social networking site.
While Facebook is facing flak over its privacy setting, a photo of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was accidently posted on the social networking site in what seems to be another privacy glitch!
The photo shows Zuckerberg in a never seen before avatar - hairy and buff! The recently married Facebook CEO is seen casually hanging out with a couple of other guys, also shirtless, and having a good time.
According to TMZ, "the photo was accidentally uploaded publicly on Facebook by Facebook Director of Engineering Andrew Bosworth and deleted 'seconds later'. But someone took the grab and the image surfaced on the image-sharing site imgur."
Zuckerberg out of richest tech billionaire list as Facebook shares slide
Recently, Federal Trade Commission ruled that Facebook will be subjected to two decades of regular privacy checkups and other penalties.
PHOTOS: Zuckerberg gets hitched
With this accidental leak, Zuckerberg seems to have been caught in his own web.