It’s just too hard for Weiner to stay off Twitter.
The disgraced ex-congressman-turned-convicted sex offender has returned to the social media site that set the stage for his sex selfie-fueled downfall more than a decade ago.
The 57-year-old tweeted on Wednesday for the first time in nine years, asking for tips on making a social media comeback from followers — who solidly agreed that he should just stay away.
“Advice for returning to Twitter,” Weiner tweeted, along with the social media sites’ poll button feature.
The poll choices included: “Update your bio then run,” “Act like nothing happened” and “Just don’t.”
Though the competition was stiff, “Just don’t” was the clear winner, rising to the top of the poll as the choice of 62% of respondents.
People also gave the deflated congressman a hard time in the comment section under the post, with some offering sage words of wisdom such as, “keep your DM’s off. Permanently.”
Others were quick to remind Weiner — who resigned from Congress in June 2011 after sending a lewd photo of himself to a young woman — of his social media-challenged past.
Users roasted him with comments such as: “Lolita Express much?” and “Is this how pedophiles talk to each other?”
Weiner was sentenced to nearly two years in prison in September 2017 for sexting with a 15-year-old girl from North Carolina — the last straw for his long-suffering wife Huma Abedin, former vice chair Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Weiner sent the teen “adult pornography” and repeatedly convinced her to strip naked and fondle herself while he watched via Skype and Snapchat in February and March 2016, federal authorities said.
The incident came after Weiner sent a crotch shot to a woman while lying next to his young son, and the image was made public in August 2016.
He had previously admitted to sexting at least three women in 2013 after he resigned from Congress.