@USAirways Unhappy that 1787 sat for an hour on tarmac in CLT because overweight, resulting in over hour late arrival in PDX...— Elle (@ElleRafter) April 14, 2014
@ellerafter We truly dislike delays too and are very sorry your flight was affected.— US Airways (@USAirways) April 14, 2014
@USAirways yeah, you seem so very sorry. So sorry, in fact, that you couldn't be bothered to address my other tweets.— Elle (@ElleRafter) April 14, 2014
CNN spent one month straight speculating about the plane, but they never once thought to look there. #USAirways— AG (@AG_Conservative) April 14, 2014
WTF @USAirways— Cam Lopez (@Cam_Lopez8) April 14, 2014
Lol at @USAirways i cant even rt it— Chris (@ThirstyTortuga) April 14, 2014
I would HATE to be in PR for US Airways right now— Chinmay Vaidya (@Chinmay_Vaidya) April 14, 2014
Pulitzer in feature writing goes to the US Airways tweet— Richard Lawson (@rilaws) April 14, 2014
Some people are saying @USAirways was hacked but it looks like— Veronica de Souza (@HeyVeronica) April 14, 2014
an inside job.
UPDATE: They have acknowledged the tweet and apologized.
We apologize for an inappropriate image recently shared as a link in one of our responses. We’ve removed the tweet and are investigating.— US Airways (@USAirways) April 14, 2014
• The photo was actually tweeted at the airline earlier today.
• The photo was also trending on Reddit’s very NSFW shock imageboard Spacedicks last week.
• The graphic picture is originally from a German revenge porn site