Elon Musk and his Twitter account have gained notoriety over the years. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO has a penchant for tweeting odd, and at times problematic statements that often get him into trouble. Well, the Tesla man himself did it again.

After having run-ins with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) for tweeting out details that could mislead Tesla investors; and Tesla co-founder Martin Eberhard, for downplaying his contributions to the company, Musk is on another Twitter rampage. This time he has started blocking some of his followers.

Musk has been accused of using a photo on his Twitter account without asking permission to use the image or even crediting its owner. This may be considered a form of copyright infringement.

Musk tweeted a photo to his 27.7 million-strong followers taken by photographer Richard Angle without any kind of credit or permission. The photo in question shows a lightning strike behind the SpaceX launchpad. The caption of Musk’s tweet, “Ride the lightning!” 

Angle’s defenders quickly sprang to his defense, blasting Musk for not attributing the photo to the rightful owner.

In response to the blacklash, Musk did a very Muskian thing and started blocking his critics on the social media platform.

Angle saw Musk’s tweet with his photo and tweeted on Aug. 7, “Well this is cool, my watermark is there!”

His original tweet, which Musk, copied read, “An incredible shelf cloud moved over the Cape early this afternoon. We were unable to set remote cameras for the #SpaceX #Falcon9 #Amos17 launch, but we were able to capture this awesome scene! #flwx #lightning.”

After going on a blocking spree, Musk later deleted his original tweet but not after it got more than 1,200 comments, 6,600 retweets and 77,000 likes.

Just another day for Elon Musk and his Twitter antics.

elon musk Elon Musk, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tesla Inc., speaks at an unveiling event for The Boring Company Hawthorne test tunnel. Musk and SEC are going to court next week. Photo: Robyn Beck-Pool/Getty Images