The Rangers midfielder, who scored the Ibrox’s side’s equaliser at Easter Road as Graeme Murty’s charges made it four wins on the trot, posted a photo of a cartoon burglar with the caption: “Hopefully no one sees us...”
Rangers fell behind to Lewis Stevenson’s ninth minute opener, with Martin Boyle passing up a golden opportunity to put Hibs 2-0 up when his shot beat Wes Foderingham but cannoned back off the post.
Paul Hanlon also had a decent effort saved by the Gers ‘keeper before Windass was given time and space to send a left-footed shot beyond Ofir Marciano and into the far corner.
Alfredo Morelos then gave Rangers the lead minutes later, powering in a shot at Marciano’s near post.
Hibs substitute Brandon Barker hit the post twice, while Simon Murray’s fresh air swipe at a dangerous cross and a clear penalty denied to the Easter Road side meant the visitors hung on for three points.