The person responsible for the social media feeds for US Airways is indeed probably having a horrible day after tweeting out a response that included an incredibly inappropriate photograph.

Here’s a version in which the photo, featuring a naked woman and a toy airplane, has been edited. US Airways’ Twitter feed sent out an unedited version:

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Oh. My.

https://twitter.com/tweet4pedro/status/455787789557465088

US Airways eventually deleted the tweet and apologized:

https://twitter.com/USAirways/status/455789281894604800

The company might want to re-think being involved in the whole social media thing:

The airline might also want to consider distributing complimentary eye bleach on subsequent flights:


https://twitter.com/MPeper/status/455802376113254401

If you were lucky enough to miss the original, unedited photo US Airways tweeted, here are two cleaned-up versions:

Snort! Glorious mockery like that makes the emotional scarring worth it!


https://twitter.com/dondalynn/status/455804128246001665
https://twitter.com/realistic_view/status/455807319654137856


https://twitter.com/dondalynn/status/455805650635726848


https://twitter.com/wwaazzaap/status/455802405209128960
https://twitter.com/NoahWehrman/status/455799650042544128
https://twitter.com/Matthops82/status/455803183877853185

https://twitter.com/NathanWurtzel/status/455796472140038144

What’s the head of US Airways doing right now?

https://twitter.com/Matthops82/status/455801397725110272

Ha!

Something to consider, U.S. Airways:

Hopefully the company takes that under advisement.

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