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US Airways Tweets Extremely NSFW Picture Of Southbound Flight

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Twitter user @ElleRafter logged-in from the seat of her US Airlines seat, on a plane that was delayed on the tarmac. A little research will show you that @ElleRafter is a frequent Twitter ranter. Her last two Tweets were complaints filed against UPS for not knocking on her door, and Red Robin for not having honey mustard in the Anchorage chain. To summarize a string of her latest mentions, “She bitches a lot.”

The flight in question was due to take out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport, but was held up for an hour because of concerns that the cargo might weigh the plane down. Honest concern, in my opinion. I’d rather sit on the ground for an hour than fall out of the sky. Regardless, I wouldn’t be happy about it. And neither was @ElleRafter.
Once the plane landed in Portland, @ElleRafter went looking for someone to complain to. Anyone. But, her search efforts were to no avail. Alas, she took to Twitter to pick a fight. And US Airways landed the knock-out punch.

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In reply to @ElleRafter, US Airways Tweeted a picture of a woman laying down spread eagle with an airplane flying up her hoo-ha with the caption, “We welcome your feedback, Elle. If your travel is complete, you can detail it here for review and follow-up.” BAM. Unfortunately, the photo is as NSFW as it gets, so proceed at your own risk.

SEE THE NSFW PHOTO HERE

 

About an hour later, the Tweet was taken down, an apology was issued and presumably, the guy who posted it is polishing his resume as you read this.

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You stay classy, US Airways.

[images via Business Insider]

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