The hacker group "Anonymous" has disclosed tentative plans to sell ISIS-branded thongs and G-strings in an effort to rile the terror group also known as the Islamic State, according to the Daily Mirror news website.
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"Anonymous tweeted out a picture of the skimpy underwear emblazoned with the jihadists' distinctive black flag as an apparent show of disrespect," the London-based Daily Mirror site noted.
"The message underneath reads: '#Anonymous might start selling #IslamicState-branded thongs/g-strings. Interested? #TrollingISIS #OpISIS.'"
Anonymous has targeted the Islamic State with a series of cyber-attacks on Internet sites and media accounts used by terrorists to recruit members and spread their message, according to the London-based Daily Mirror site, which added that Anonymous is also targeting the Islamic State's major social media presence.
"You will be treated like a virus, and we are the cure. We own the internet," Anonymous vowed.