Twitter Account Of An Airline Flirts With Porn Star Passenger And She Is Pissed

Imagine you are the “social media manager” for an airline.  There are only so many corporate tweets you can send out trying to get people excited about their airline miles before you breakdown and say something cray cray. It happens to the best of ‘em.  Remember the poor bastard working on the US Airways Twitter account who accidently tweeted out a graphic photo of a woman landing a plane in her lady bits?

Now that is what I call inflight entertainment.

Well, this week a French woman was traveling on Transavia, a small airline owned by Air France. She was flying out of Budapest and was becoming increasingly frustrated as her flight kept getting delayed. To make matters worse there was no information at the airport. So she took to Twitter to tweet at the airline directly hoping customer service would respond with updated info on her flight. Smart. Only this woman was Nikita Bellucci, a French porn star:

And apparently the “social media manager” for Transavia was a fan….

The translated Tweet from Bellucci says;

“Can we have some information about Flight TO3743. It’s been deleted four times this morning. There’s no information in Budapest.”

The response she received was;

“Flight is scheduled for 14.30. It’s just that with you, we prefer when it lasts longer. Have a good day. I remain available ;)”

Haha, because she’s a porn star, he wants it to last longer. Get it? So either this guy recognized her right away or he saw her twitter account and got all excited that he was getting a tweet from a porn star rather than someone complaining that they didn’t get enough peanuts on their flight from Paris to Nice, France. Who could blame him? Well, turns out that Miss Bellucci wasn’t super stoked to be humiliated on the Internet.

In response she wrote; “Bunch of bastards! I will never fly with your rubbish company again.”

The horny airline Tweeter wrote; “I am sorry you were offended by this joke. I was just trying to lighten the mood. Again, I’m sorry. The plane will leave shortly.”

Ut-oh, sounds like someone is going to have a lot more time to spend home checking out the Twitter accounts of porn stars, right? Wrong; the airline is standing by their man. A spokesman says;

“At no time did the company and community manager want to offend this young woman. The satisfaction of the customers is one of Transavia’s priorities. The incident ended yesterday with a tweet from the actress herself saying that the incident was closed. The company’s customer service is now taking care of the concerns related to the flight.”

Bellucci, however thinks this incident is part of a larger problem with how France treats porn stars. She says;

“In France, unfortunately I have noticed that if you are a porn star, you don’t have the right to want to cultivate your mind and you must not share your opinions on the news. Open your thighs, look beautiful and shut up… is all that’s allowed. That’s all we expect of you, nothing more.”

Break Question Of The Day: What do you guys think? Is she overreacting or was it totally inappropriate for the social media manager to Tweet that way to her, no matter who she is?

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Source: Death & Taxes