to connectVideoEasyJet said the viral photo of the passenger sitting in “backless” chair, it is not what it seems
EasyJet say they are ‘backless’ chair image can be in a plane with open seats.
Here we go again, EasyJet.
Just a few days after the British budget airline fanned the flames of a social-media firestorm that started when a picture surfaced of a “backless”, place it on one of the carrier’s planes, is an image of one another, uncomfortable, broken chair, has once again caused a stir.
While the representatives of the carrier has since stated that, in both of the pictures featured “out of service” seats, and that none of the passengers would be assigned to sit in those unsafe conditions, as critics were quick to shame, with the apparent violation, isn’t it.
On Aug. 12, YouTube star Calfeezy called on EasyJet to the allegedly defective chair, on Twitter, where he has a following of 1.4 million people.
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“Check out this chair at my home,” the player captioned the two photos of a man who tries to, and is not to be comfortable in an EasyJet seat without the bottom cushion. The post has since been liked over 6,000 times.
Commenters be directly compared to the pillow-less for a “cheese grater,” and blasted the company for what they considered to be an unacceptable situation.
“This Is the @easyJet have a bad chair?” one user asked.
“Of course,” another countered.
“Well, personally, I wouldn’t have it,” a hit in.
2nd incident in a week. @easyJet you don’t think that it was much easier to be taken out of circulation until you can resolve your persistent concerns about the safety?” is a different charge.
Twittizens apparently you glossed past that it is important to notice of, Calfreezy, also known as Callum Airey — who said that no one is actually sitting in the chair, during his recent trip to the high heavens.
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When contacted for reaction, representatives of the carrier, telling Fox News that is missing in a mysterious manner in a seat which had, in fact, have been removed for cleaning, and no-one was allowed to sit in the “free” seat.
“The seat has been removed for cleaning. No passengers were allowed to fly in that seat if it was lost, and during this period of time,” a spokesperson said in a Feb. 13.
When contacted for reaction, representatives of the carrier, telling Fox News that is missing in a mysterious manner, the seat had already been removed for cleaning, and no-one was allowed to sit in the “free” seat.
“Safety is our highest priority and EasyJet operates a fleet of aircraft in strict compliance with all safety regulations,” she added.
This was the second time in a week, the airline took the flak for one of its members. On Aug. (6), European airlines, it was bought to operate when a photo circulated online of a passenger sitting in a seat without a back, although company reps have mentioned that the picture in the scene has been set.
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“No passengers were allowed to fly in these seats, as they were lost in the anticipation of a recovery,” according to the company, in the first picture, not a statement, obtained by Fox News.
The spokesman added that the plane was not full, there were five open seats, and when he was gone, and in the backless chair that is now repaired.
Fox News’ Nicole, Darrah, contributed to this report.