While currently surrounded by controversy over the fact it depicts a graphic suicide, the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” certainly as a huge fan base. The show is probably the most popular Netflix series among social media users too. Receiving tweets from fans is one thing, but in Dylan Minnette’s case he got a whole other kind of message from a fan. Minnette recently posted an image on Instagram to reveal a message that was scrawled into the dust on his Car and he’s finding it a little creepy, to say the least.

We have probably all let our car get a little dirty from time to time, but according to Refinery29, it gets particularly dusty around the Los Angeles area where Dylan lives.

You reportedly have difficulty keeping a car clean for longer than a day in that area and possibly Minnette had a busy schedule which didn’t allow regular visits to the car wash. Whatever the reasoning, it was still disconcerting for him to find the message, especially as the fan obviously now knows his car and his license plate number.

‘Sorry for HANNAH’ scrawled on Dylan Minnette’s car

He was reportedly pumping gas at the time and happened to notice the message scrawled across what appears to be the back window of his car. It was pretty clear the message was related to “13 Reasons Why,” as it read “Sorry for HANNAH” – speaking of Hannah Baker, played by Minnette’s co-star Katherine Langford.

For those who haven’t yet watched the show, Hannah is the teenager who commits suicide, after previously recording 13 tapes to let people know how they were involved in her decision to do away with herself.

When Minnette posted the image to Instagram, he commented that he wasn’t sure if he should be flattered or scared about the words scrawled on his car.

He did, however, add that either way, he’s taking it as a reminder that he needs to visit the car wash.

Remember the scene where Clay keyed Zach's car?

Fans of “13 Reasons Why” will no doubt remember the scene where Clay Jensen (played by Minnette) keyed a message on the side of Zach’s expensive car. In that case the words were “Why Me?!?” Minnette is no doubt relieved that the fan who wrote on his car used a finger in the dust, rather than a key.

Fans hoping for a second season of ’13 Reasons Why’

"13 Reasons Why" was based on the 2007 YA novel of the same name by Jay Asher and the series was executive-produced by Selena Gomez. The ending of the series veered away somewhat from the ending of the novel, and many fans are seeing this as a sign that a second season could possibly be in their future.

Asher told Entertainment Weekly that he would love to see a second season of "13 Reasons Why" happen, although he said he decided not to write a sequel to the original novel. With the ending of the Netflix version being as open-ended as it is, Asher did say he would be interested to see what happens to the characters following the conclusion of the first season.