PARIS (AP) — President Nicolas Sarkozy says his Facebook page got hacked — and he jokingly used the opportunity to poke fun at the intruder’s spelling mistakes in a fake message saying the French leader won’t seek a second term.

Sarkozy wrote Monday on his official Facebook page that it had been hacked the previous evening, “perhaps to remind me that no system is infallible.”

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The website of French daily 20 Minutes posted a screen grab of the hacker’s fake message. It lacked the proper accent marks in French — thus riddling it with spelling errors.

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Sarkozy wrote that the bogus message that he won’t seek re-election in 2012 was “a little hasty.” He hasn’t announced whether he’ll run.

The site says more than 380,000 people “like this” and features Sarkozy smiling in an open-collared shirt.

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