Police have apologised after they were branded "racist" for sending a tweet saying "Officers 1 Immigrants 0".
The offending message was sent out by an officer at Guildford Police via the Surrey force's official Twitter account during an operation against illegal immigrants.
It was accompanied by the hashtag 'We Will Catch Up With You' and followed the arrests of eight people at a mobile carwash in Sainsbury's in Burpham.
The post said: "re the last tweet. the PCSO was 13331 Mullard and the help of colleagues from the town team. Officers 1 Imigrants 0!!"
After the posting, on Thursday night, scores of people replied to the Guildford Beat police site, accusing them of racism.
One user called @TOCSmusic said "this is one of the single worst tweets ever sent".
Tanya Dale wrote: "DISGUSTING, racism alive and kicking and on display, no more police just government minions."
Another person, Bijou Banton, tweeted: "you are a disgrace and should be ashamed of yourselves. I hope this is some kind of joke."
Dozens of others also accused Surrey officers of racism and stupidity.
The tweet was later deleted as Guildford Police posted apologies to each tweeter with messages like: "The language used in that tweet was inappropriate and has been removed. Apologies for any offence caused."
A Surrey Police spokesman told Sky News the officer "has been given some words of advice" and no disciplinary action will be taken.
In a statement, the force said: "Following a UK Border Agency led operation, supported by Surrey Police, in Guildford, the @GuildfordBeat Twitter account gave an update about the incident to members of the public.
"The language used in a subsequent tweet was inappropriate, it was quickly removed and an apology issued."