ABC youth radio station Triple J has been mocked online for sharing a goofy Instagram post about Splendor in the Grass.

The station has downloaded a photo gallery Sunday showing crowds of revelers partying at the festival, alongside the caption: ‘Not a phone in sight’. Just people who live in the moment.

Still, a quick glance at the images reveals that there were plenty of phones in sight.

ABC youth radio station Triple J has been mocked online for sharing a goofy Instagram post about Splendor in the Grass revelers not using their phones and “living in the moment”. (Pictured are festival-goers holding phones at the Byron Bay festival)

Fans slammed the government-funded broadcaster for not noticing at least two dozen phones in the photos, with one commenting, “Look again, muppets.”

‘Did you post this with your eyes closed? Virtually everyone in the picture is holding a phone,” another added.

One eagle-eyed follower even bothered to count the number of phones visible in the gallery, commenting, “I got 29.”

Of course, it’s possible Triple J was in on the joke and the caption was deliberately ironic.

Complaining about young people using their phones at concerts is a very boomer thing to do, and the Instagram post may have been a sly reference to that attitude.

It comes after Nova FM presenter Tim Blackwell roughed up authorized festival-goers for complaining about unpleasant conditions at Splendor.

As many as 50,000 revelers attended the Byron Bay festival over the weekend, despite torrential rain turning the lush park into a pool of mud.

While the media is awash with reports of Gen Z customers coping under “wartime conditions,” Blackwell had little sympathy for them.

Fans roasted the government-funded broadcaster for not noticing at least two dozen phones in the photos, with one commenting:

Fans have roasted the government-funded broadcaster for not noticing at least two dozen phones in the photos, with one commenting: ‘Look again, ya muppets’

One eagle-eyed follower even bothered to count the number of phones visible in the gallery, commenting:

One eagle-eyed follower even bothered to count the number of phones visible in the gallery, commenting, “I got 29.” (Pictured: A man rising above the crowd to take a selfie on day two of Splendor in the Grass on Saturday)

Blackwell sarcastically captioned the post: ‘Wow. They breed them hard these days. Share the water?! Certainly not!’

“The @spleandourinthegrass team did an amazing job under the circumstances,” added Blackwell, who co-hosts the Kate, Tim and Joel driving show.

Blackwell then hit out at The Guardian music journalist Nathan Jolly, who attended the festival and wrote an op-ed comparing the stage to a “war hospital”.

It comes after radio host Tim Blackwell, 40 (pictured in August 2018) roughed up authorized festival-goers for complaining about unpleasant conditions at Splendor in the Grass

It comes after radio host Tim Blackwell, 40 (pictured in August 2018) roughed up authorized festival-goers for complaining about unpleasant conditions at Splendor in the Grass

As many as 50,000 revelers attended the Byron Bay festival over the weekend, despite rain turning the park into a pool of mud.  (Pictured: Splendor customers posing in the mud)

As many as 50,000 revelers attended the Byron Bay festival over the weekend, despite rain turning the park into a pool of mud. (Pictured: Splendor customers posing in the mud)

Blackwell posted a screenshot on Instagram of a news article reporting that 'soaked revelers' were forced to 'share small cans of water' during a six-hour wait for their bus ride home .  He wrote: 'Wow.  They breed them hard these days.  Share the water?!  Certainly not!'

Blackwell posted a screenshot on Instagram of a news article reporting that ‘soaked revelers’ were forced to ‘share small cans of water’ during a six-hour wait for their bus ride home . He wrote: ‘Wow. They breed them hard these days. Share the water?! Certainly not!’

“Bloody, muddy, shocked people sitting silently staring a thousand yards away, shaking their heads every once in a while,” Jolly wrote.

A disgusted Blackwell replied: “‘Like a war hospital’. What a low blow for a festival which has provided good times and has had the interests of music lovers at heart for 20 years. Well done, Nath.

The first Splendor in the Grass in three years was marred by dire weather conditions, numerous cancellations and allegations of incompetence from patrons.

“The team at Splendor in the Grass did an amazing job under the circumstances,” added Blackwell, who co-hosts Nova’s Kate, Tim and Joel driving show. (Pictured left with his radio co-hosts Kate Ritchie and Joel Creasey)

Blackwell then brushed off Guardian music journalist Nathan Jolly, who attended the festival and wrote an op-ed comparing the stage to a

Blackwell then brushed off Guardian music journalist Nathan Jolly, who attended the festival and wrote an op-ed comparing the stage to a “war hospital”.

A disgusted Blackwell replied: '

A disgusted Blackwell replied: “‘Like a war hospital.’