Inappropriate doesn’t begin to cover what US Airways tweeted. US Airways Tweets Sexually Explicit Photo to Customer
A shockingly graphic tweet (sexually explicit) by US Airways featuring a woman and an airplane has led to an investigation by the management at US Airways.
A photo of a naked woman lying exposed on a bed with a toy plane between her legs was publicly shared by the airline late Monday afternoon while responding to disgruntled customers who were angry about a recent flight delay.
The extremely graphic image sent to one Twitter user came with the caption: “We welcome feedback, Elle. If your travel is complete, you can detail it here for review and follow-up.”
Instead of a link matching that description, however, it was a link to the inappropriate photo, which you can see below by clicking the uncensored tweet link.
The airline has since removed the tweet/picture and issued an apology.
See the Uncensored Tweet: Click HERE
In response to the inappropriate tweet, users are having a blast….
Some people are saying @USAirways was hacked but it looks like an inside job.
— Veronica de Souza (@HeyVeronica) April 14, 2014
— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) April 14, 2014
I’ve always said US Airways had the most leg room. — Kyle Ayers (@kyleayers) April 14, 2014
Turns out US Airways has way more destinations than we ever imagined.
— CC:Indecision (@indecision) April 14, 2014
In order to understand the tweets you need to see the inappropriate image and the content in which it was used. US Airways was responding to a passenger who was upset with a delay. It seems that American Airlines/US Airways are making headline news this week with Twitter.