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U.S. Airways: Airline tweets out graphic image of nude woman, apologizes

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U.S. Airways did something on the afternoon of Monday, April 14, 2014, and then tried to apologize for it, but it was far too late already. The official Twitter account of the airline sent out a shockingly graphic image of a nude woman with a toy airplane between her legs, and it was sent out in response to a customer complaint, per the NY Daily News.

A disgruntled customer has tweeted to U.S. Airways about sitting for a long time for a flight delay. The airline tweeted back:

"We welcome feedback, Elle. If your travel is complete, you can detail it here for review and follow-up."

After that response, there was a link to the incredibly graphic image of the nude woman with the toy airplane between her legs.

Believe it or not, but the tweet with the pic was up for almost an entire hour before U.S. Airways finally deleted it and removed the pic. By then, it was too late because it had already been retweeted and made the fulls rounds of the Internet.

U.S. Airways did send out a tweet after the NSFW image, after it had gotten more than 500 retweets, and they apologized.

"We aploogize for an inappropriate image recently shared as a link in one of our responses. We've removed the tweet and are investigating."

For those that go looking for the image that was posted by the airline, be warned as it is very graphic and not safe for work at all. It may be easy to find as it's all over the place, and Twitter is making all the fun of it that they can.

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