US Airways Takes Tweeting To A New Level (Sends Very Inappropriate Content To Followers)


US Airways, part of American Airlines Group, took tweeting to a new (low) level today by retweeting a very explicit plane related photo with a request for feedback after the travel had been completed.

US Airways tweet

I saw this on my Facebook feed that had a link to Business Insiders piece (access here) that had so blurred photo that I couldn’t figure anything out of it.

There is of course entirely uncensored copy of the Tweet here. Note that the photo is *VERY* explicit, so discretion is advised.


Maybe this is a new direction that Doug Parker the CEO of American Airlines Group is taking the combined entity?

Anyway, all the businesses should be very careful when they are retweeting. This is not the first time a business has gotten into a trouble by sending inappropriate content to their followers.

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