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-   -   T-shirt on a UA flight yesterday (https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/united-airlines-mileageplus/1952371-t-shirt-ua-flight-yesterday.html)

topman Jan 22, 19 10:49 am

T-shirt on a UA flight yesterday
 
Apparently several Global Services pax made these and wear it on their UA flights.
https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...b8b67522d8.jpg

Bonehead Jan 22, 19 10:53 am

Classy.

rufflesinc Jan 22, 19 11:06 am

#firstworldproblems

MSPeconomist Jan 22, 19 11:07 am

Do you mean former GS customers?

757FO Jan 22, 19 11:26 am

Not on one of my flights, but I had a co-worker who encountered this, and his FA's seriously contemplated saying something about needed to change the t-shirts, but in the end, did not. Personally, if I encountered this, I'm not sure what I would do, but I would probably be inclined ask them to change shirts/cover them up.

EWR764 Jan 22, 19 11:27 am

They arenít wrong...

UAX_Brasilia Jan 22, 19 11:28 am


Originally Posted by 757FO (Post 30686417)
Not on one of my flights, but I had a co-worker who encountered this, and his FA's seriously contemplated saying something about needed to change the t-shirts, but in the end, did not. Personally, if I encountered this, I'm not sure what I would do, but I would probably be inclined ask them to change shirts/cover them up.

Lol wut?

MatthewLAX Jan 22, 19 11:28 am

Tacky shirt, even if the message is true.

rufflesinc Jan 22, 19 11:40 am


Originally Posted by MatthewLAX (Post 30686429)
Tacky shirt, even if the message is true.

How can it be true that it never works?

MatthewLAX Jan 22, 19 11:45 am


Originally Posted by rufflesinc (Post 30686483)
How can it be true that it never works?

It's a deliberate hyperbole. I get the message, especially after flying AA recently and experiencing high-speed internet for half the price.

chavala Jan 22, 19 12:59 pm


Originally Posted by 757FO (Post 30686417)
Not on one of my flights, but I had a co-worker who encountered this, and his FA's seriously contemplated saying something about needed to change the t-shirts, but in the end, did not. Personally, if I encountered this, I'm not sure what I would do, but I would probably be inclined ask them to change shirts/cover them up.

On what grounds? What if they refused? Would you have them kicked off?

bitterproffit Jan 22, 19 1:04 pm

Why do they continue giving a company money if they don't like the services provided?

Sounds like Stockholm Syndrome to me.

milepig Jan 22, 19 1:08 pm


Originally Posted by chavala (Post 30686832)
On what grounds? What if they refused? Would you have them kicked off?

Grounds? It includes profanity.

MSPeconomist Jan 22, 19 1:08 pm


Originally Posted by chavala (Post 30686832)
On what grounds? What if they refused? Would you have them kicked off?

Isn't this what Southwest does when it considers a tee shirt to be offensive?

Asknorm Jan 22, 19 1:10 pm

Revoke their status if I was King of the world. I would also fix the wi-fi as well.


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