Sunday, 18 February 2018

Trainspotting writer calls airline staff muppets over small delay

Irvine Welsh, author of Trainspotting went on a rant worthy of one of the characters he created after his American Airlines flight was delayed.
The aggressive Scot used social media to bemoan about his experience branding the airline muppets after a technical error with electronic flight bags meant critical safety flight manuals were not loaded correctly on the crew's flight iPads.
“@AmericanAir can’t take off on this or any other flight as they’ve ‘lost all our updated flight manuals from our iPads. Are you f*****g kidding us, you muppets!” he wrote on Twitter.  
Following up with a more offensive expletive in another tweet -
The writer's reputation for being aggressive, rude and belligerent to those working in the service industry continues. And, the duration of the mega long delay that caused such anger and hate from the writer hour. 

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