A detainee at Guantanamo Bay has an online dating profile and is "detained but ready to mingle", according to his lawyer.
Muhammad Rahim al-Afghani, an Afghan who has been held by the CIA since 2007 and is classified as a "high-value" detainee, appears to have an account on the dating site Match.com.
In a letter to Carlos Warner, his lawyer, the man described by the US government as a "close associate" of Osama bin Laden also expresses concern over the hack of adultery website Ashley Madison.
"This is terrible news about Ashley Madison, please remove my profile immediately!!!" al-Afghani wrote in a letter dated 21 July. "I'll stick with Match.com even though you say it is for old people. There is no way I can do Tinder in here."
Al Jazeera America reports that while al-Afghani does not actually have an Ashley Madison account, there is a Match.com profile set up in his name which is monitored by Mr Warner.
His letters also touch on American pop culture. Al-Afghani wrote in July that he was "happy" for Caitlyn Jenner, the transgender reality TV star, "because people are born how they are."
He went on to question why Ms Jenner was a Republican, and suggested to "tell her to use spray tan for her legs".
In another letter al-Afghani refers to presidential candidate Donald Trump as an "idiot", and refers to Mr Trump's comments that senator John McCain was not a war hero despite having been a prisoner of war in Vietnam.
"Sen McCain is a war hero. Trump is a war zero," he writes. "How can a racist run for president?"
It is unclear how al-Afghani has such up-to-date knowledge of US pop culture after seven years inside Guantanamo.
He was repeatedly tortured while in CIA custody, and claims that his "high-value" status is merely an effort to justify that treatment.
“How do I get out of here?" one letter reads. "I am innocent and I was tortured. Hung from the ceiling until I was dead.”
He has never been charged with a crime, and is one of 116 prisoners remaining at the detention facility in Cuba.
The CIA said in 2008 that al-Afghani helped bin Laden escape from Afghanistan in 2001 and posed a "continuing threat" to the US.