Many of you have probably seen a video of a Delta Airline plane that went viral a few days ago and caused many pants to be crapped in. In the video you can see a part of the engine rattling around in it. Even though the video looks very frightening, the plane successfully performed an emergency landing and no one was hurt.
Shortly after the video went viral, comedian Drew Godden tweeted a complaint to the company, explaining he was “sucked through the toilet hole in one of your aircrafts and am now hurtling through the sky.”
Excuse me @Delta but this is outrageous. I just got sucked through the toilet hole in one of your aircrafts and am now hurtling through the sky, can I get my money back? This never happens on Southwest.— Drew Gooden (@drewisgooden) July 10, 2019
For some inexplicable reason a Delta customer service employee decided to answer:
Hello Drew, I am sorry to learn of this, can you provide more detail to what occurred. HBB— Delta (@Delta) July 10, 2019
And he promptly got the answer:
got sucked through toilet hole— Drew Gooden (@drewisgooden) July 10, 2019
By this point they probably realized that such a scenario is not very likely and decided not to give a drink & sandwich voucher to the disappointed customer.
Although, considering that this is the airline that allowed Kenny G to performed to a literally captive audience during one of their flights, Mr. Godden may still hear from them.
Just a few weeks after a Pakistani politician’s press conference was streamed live on Facebook with the cat filter on, another politician has shown us the importance of not believing everything you see on the Internet.
Pakistan’s Awami Tehreek secretary general tweeted a video of a passenger jet pilot narrowly avoiding an oil tanker parked on the runway during landing. “Narrow escape of an aircraft which could have ended in a great disaster. Miraculous save by the pilot’s presence of mind.” he tweeted on July 5th. Fortunately for potential passengers, but unfortunately for the secretary general, the video clip is animated and comes from the game Grand Theft Auto 5.
It is not a surprise that the amount of trolling that ensued was not very good publicity for such a public person and the tweet has since been deleted, but the YouTube video, which is from the start obviously animated, is still online: