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More Airlines Are Slamming United Airlines, Here’s What They Said

On Monday, April 10th, a video surfaced showing a ticketed United Airlines passenger being forcibly dragged off an airplane due to overbooking. On Tuesday the 11th, the internet blew up. United is now facing the absolute worst kind of backlash: negative memes.

 

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But the shade isn’t just from random internet users! Oh no – two of the best burns have come from United’s fellow airlines: Royal Jordanian and Emirates. Just look at this professional roasting:

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And if there’s one thing Twitter loves, it’s a quality subtweet:

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Royal Jordanian earned Twitter’s approval for its savagery:

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Emirates couldn’t be kept out of the fray. They tweeted this video with a pretty clear target:

 

 

 


 


Twitter was more than amused:

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The PR take-downs were not without their dissenters:

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But at the end of the day, everyone agreed United has come out of the situation looking a little worse-for-wear:

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The lesson United has learned: any evil you put into the world will be repaid to you a thousand-fold on the vast karmic stage of social media.

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[Source: The Daily Buzz]

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