It was about time someone ramped up the sledging ahead of the English team's Ashes tour of Australia.
With under a month to go and Australian captain David Warner's call for more hatred in the upcoming series squashed, it's up to a few of the veterans to spark the summer's beef.
And who better to reignite cricket's biggest rivalry than Ashes legend Shane Warne?
The former Aussie leg-spinner, who has already made a name for himself on Instagram commenting on model's photos, brought the fight directly to England bowler Stuart Broad's account as the 31-year-old posted about the Lions' preparation for the first Test at the Gabba.
Broad shared a photo of himself doing cable stretches with former England star Paul Collingwood - who is currently overseeing the bowlers for the Ashes, and Warnie spared no time in shredding his former rival.
"What is Colly doing as coach? Carrying the bags? Hahahaha #MBE for 0 & 7," he wrote, referencing Collingwood's one-Test appearance in the 2005 Ashes series which saw England players awarded with the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire accolade for defeating Australia 2-1.
It's not the first time Warne has jabbed at the former batsman's award, either. The Aussie spin wizard labelled Collingwood an "embarrassment" in the following Ashes series - which Australia took 5-0.
Subsequent comments either commended Warne or sledged him back. Said stevesmall1964: "Nice one @shanewarne23 jealousy is a terrible thing ..... stay classy" while skulzy7 wrote "the king has still got it!!"