United Airlines roasted online over passenger brutality

United Airlines' employees forced four passengers off the flight because it was overbooked and United was giving seats to its employees.

By Author   |   Published: 12th Apr 2017   5:46 pm Updated: 12th Apr 2017   6:19 pm
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The Twitterati never miss a moment to troll anyone who is making headlines, especially when they’re making news for notorious reasons.

The leaked footage surfaced on internet showing the brutality of United Airlines’ staff in removal of their passenger to accommodate their own official, evoked several responses over the social media.

Renowned for their hilarious offenses, the Twitterati took their frustration out on the airlines by trolling and roasting the company online.

Twitter also went to the point of changing the company’s tagline and motto. The trending topic on Twitter in U.S. was #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos, with tweeple suggesting funny new slogans such as “United Airlines: We put the ‘hospital’ in ‘hospitality’!”

Comedian and television host Jimmy Kimmel in his live show slammed the Chicago based US Airlines company.

Wrapping up on the incident Kimmel went on to present a new spoof advertisement of the Airlines company.

Watch the video here:

After the outrage, the company’ stocks plummeted, causing a loss of 255 million USD.

Facing severe backlash on the internet and international condemnation over the mishandling of the Asian doctor, the company CEO Oscar Munoz released a statement apologizing to have to accommodate customers.

“No one should ever be mistreated this way,” Oscar Munoz tweeted in a note to the employees on Tuesday. However, there was no official apology to the doctor.