On the mornings of 25 January and 26 January 2017, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s official Twitter account posted a series of numbers and letters that some viewers thought might be his password. The post was deleted, but not before multiple users captured screen shots of it

It was unclear what Spicer tweeted out, whether it was a password or something else. The cryptic tweets spawned jokes that he was actually signaling for help or making the nuclear launch codes public:

Spicer didn’t follow up to clarify what he tweeted or address the possibility the unusual post was the result of a simple mishap such as a pocket dial.