A viral Twitter exchange has one Delta Airlines Passenger who complained to the airline after being sucked from a toilet during a flight & # 39 ;, and did not realize he was joking, the airline responded hilariously to the & # 39; complaint & # 39 ;.
YouTube star Drew Gooden, 25, went to the social media platform on Wednesday, July 10 to share a light-hearted tweet and said he & # 39; was sucked through the toilet hole in one of your planes & # 39; before he asked for his money back.
The airline responded quickly to the tweet and asked the US YouTube and Vine star to give & # 39; more detail to what happened & # 39 ;, and Twitter can't get enough of the hilarious ordeal.
Funny: YouTube star Drew Gooden joked tweeted to say that during a flight from Delta Airlines through the toilet opening & # 39; was sucked before he asked for money back
Bizarre: The airline responded quickly to the tweet, saying they & # 39; are sorry to learn from this & # 39; and asks him for & # 39; more details & # 39; to give about the imaginary incident
Brilliant: Responding bluntly to the airline, Drew, best known for sharing videos with YouTube and Vine, simply repeated that he & # 39; through the toilet opening & # 39; was sucked & # 39;
Drew & # 39; s tweet, which went viral, said: & # 39; excuse me, but this is outrageous. I just got sucked through the toilet hole in one of your planes and now run through the air, can I get my money back?
& # 39; This never happens on Southwest, & # 39; said Drew, best known for sharing funny videos with his YouTube channel.
Viral: after sharing the tweet, it collected nearly 120,000 likes, while other users apparently liked the make-believe story
After sharing the tweet, it collected nearly 120,000 likes, while other users apparently found the make-believe story entertaining.
Similarly, 14,000 people shared the tweet, while another 430 Twitter users commented on the discussion.
And either in a big way, or perhaps in an automated response, Delta Airlines responded to Drew – requesting & # 39; more details & # 39; about the situation.
& # 39; Hello Drew, I am sorry to hear about this, can you provide more information about what happened? HBB, & # 39; the airline twitter wrote an account, not realizing that Drew was simply joking about the situation.
Bluntly reacted bluntly to the airline and simply repeated the fact that he & # 39; through the toilet hole & # 39; was sucked while he was on the plane.
It is understandable that hundreds of users found the strange exchange between Drew and the airline hilarious, as many noted that this was most likely an automatic response.
One user, who enjoyed the airline taking the time to respond to the funny tweet, said: & I'm sorry but this had me on the FLOOR.
& # 39; This has the same energy when I say some nonsensical bulls and my teacher makes a bold effort to understand. & # 39;
Entertainment: Hundreds of users found the strange exchange campaign hilarious, as many commented on the post saying that the Twitter exchange made them laugh
Similarly another wrote: "I haven't actually laughed so hard for a while. Just like really laughing through my vocal cords. & # 39;
While trying to understand why the airline responded to the funny tweet, one user said: & Whelp, we now know for sure that Delta is using a bone … or a very tired PR person who just doesn't mind read tweets. & # 39;
& # 39; HBB? do you really wish him a happy late birthday during this crisis? and a whole 8 months late ?? This is madness, & another one said.
And although many social media users found the bizarre exchange hilarious, others were not that impressed.
Several users said they had encountered problems with the airline and that they had not heard from the company.
& # 39; We could not get an answer to a current problem from @ Delta, but they answered it. Lots of Delta customer service. & # 39;
Not impressed: in the meantime, others said they had not previously received a response from the airline after they had a real problem
Similarly, another user revealed that she previously had a problem with the airline, but said she did not receive a reply.
& # 39; Assuming this has been a blunt since I recently had a Tweeted about @ Delta's incomprehensible customer service on a recent trip, I got this, but I have had trouble getting a real follow-up, & # 39; she wrote.
& # 39; Very disappointing & # 39 ;, the user added.
Another user added: & # 39; But if you have a real complaint about a problem in @ Delta, they completely ignore you. & # 39;
In the meantime, a user criticized the airline's social media team for their & # 39; canned customer service & # 39; response, saying that the company could have taken the opportunity to interact with customers in a fun way.
He wrote: & # 39; If you have canned customer responses on social media, you lose the opportunity to participate.
& # 39; This could have been a nice opportunity for the social media marketing team to make a real connection with consumers. Instead, you just look weird, & he added.
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