EasyJet threaten to disembark passenger for tweeting about them.

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  • timc
    Member

    he’s clearly a tw4t, funny

    MoseyMTB
    Member

    He tweeted about an every day occurence to us travellers – it wasn’t unusual at all. He tweeted on a really dull, boring subject that affected everyone in the same queue as him. And then to get some attention he included EasyJet. And got a reaction …

    The unusual part was aimed at the soldier needing to get to his leaving boat.

    He’s a lecturer in law do you really think he cares about being famous on twitter.

    He was disappointed with their response regarding the soldier.

    LHS – Member

    Doesn’t surprise me, I provided feedback to an Easyjet supervisor that one of his staff needed some training in customer relations after they were rather rude when I was trying to find out more information on a cancelled flight. He basically told me he didn’t care and if I complained again he wouldn’t let me fly. Its the nightclub bouncer syndrome.

    I had the opposite experience once. I was behind a guy is the customer services line who was going off on one about not getting on our overbooked flight, demanding to see their supervisor etc etc. I got ushered round the back of the kiosk and booked onto the last seat of the only other flight that day as apparently he was about to be told they were all booked up.

    Sometimes it pays not to be ‘that’ guy.

    mrmoofo
    Member

    The unusual part was aimed at the soldier needing to get to his leaving boat.

    I think the army would see that as a disciplinary on the basis of ensuring you are there well before time – it is the soldiers issue and not easy jets.

    They are not going to make the plane suddenly take off because someone is going to miss an appointment. If it was that easy we would all do it!

    What would have said soldier done had the flight be cancelled ( it happens) weather grounded the flight ( it happens) , the trains were running on time , he had his wallet stolen, etc, etc

    MoseyMTB
    Member

    I don’t think you’ve read the tweets have you. He wanted help in sorting other means of transport to get to his destination. Not putting on another flight.

    mrmoofo
    Member

    I don’t think you’ve read the tweets have you. He wanted help in sorting other means of transport to get to his destination. Not putting on another flight.

    No matter what, the soldier had not left enough time to get to where he needed to be, to ensure he was at his boat at the right time.
    What were EJ meant to do?

    Give me what you think they could /should have done?

    And this all getting a bit pointless TBH

    Premier Icon wwaswas
    Subscriber

    They should have *not* threatened to disembark another passenger who commented on the situation on his Twitter account?

    No one is saying they should have helped the soldier, just not got arsey with the bloke who tweeted about it.

    MoseyMTB
    Member

    But we are talking about the the tweet and easy jets reaction not what easy jet should have done.

    I’m talking about why he sent the tweet.

    Jamie
    Member

    Because Easyjet had to delay the flight, a soldier missed his plane. This meant he missed his connecting flight. As a result, it meant he wasn’t where he was supposed to be the following day when a bullet went whizzing through the space he would have otherwise been occupying. Due to this turn of events, he survived to become President of the World, and was integral in fighting off the evil Banjanx hoardes in the great Alien Wars of 2043.

    He also cured cancer.

    This twist was brought to you by M. Night Shyamalan.

    ninfan
    Member

    I don’t really get how the Airport staff knew about him tweeting it – either there’s somebody at easyjet HQ 24/7 who suddenly had to check all the flights that might connect to Pompey and were late, then phone the airport and get them to stop him…

    Or possibly they knew because he was stuck on transmit!

    Look everyone, look what they’re doing, I’m tweeting about it right now!

    check all the flights that might connect to Pompey

    Portsmouth is of course well know for having an airport.

    Oh, hold on a minute…

    its a shame there isn’t some kind of like safety guy who has the power to inspect and ground aircraft on a whim…imagine that

    tweeted about our airline i wont let you fly

    Ok then heres My badass badge…Im now grounding your flights till im (not as pissed off) satisfied your competent

    ABUSE OF IMAGINARY POWER

    What did he mean when he said “get into em” then?

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    chris wrote:

    What did he mean when he said “get into em” then?

    apart from “LOOK AT ME” I would assume it was a rallying call to his followers to take some kind of action against Easyjet, could easily have been taken as a threat.

    Premier Icon Pook
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    It’s Em I feel sorry for. What’s she done wrong?

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Sounds like bollocks to me.

    Jamie
    Member

    Right, so the NSA Easyjet knew about the tweet, as he told them that is what he was doing, and probably showed them?

    nealglover
    Member

    He’s a lecturer in law do you really think he cares about being famous on twitter.

    Yes I do.

    But I’ve read some of his twitter feed and seen the area of Law that he lectures in.

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