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Twitter users blast JetBlue employee is working for the ‘sickening’ homeless Halloween costume

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As a JetBlue employee, who is dressed up as a homeless person, trying to go back to Puerto Rico or Cuba,” is to be excoriated on social media for what some are calling a “racist and highly offensive” characterization.

The employee, dressed like a homeless person wearing ripped and dirty clothing, and a home-made cardboard sign around her neck that says “Homeless. Need some help with trying to get back to the house to go to Puerto Rico or Cuba,” a picture of the employee, and placed on Twitter and have a look.

This is a suit by a JetBlue representative at the airport, in Fort Lauderdale, FL,” Twitter user @nats2548 captioning a shot of a worker standing in the JetBlue terminal at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. “I want to be in your mind.”

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The criticism swelled, with a number to call, the employee should be dismissed.

“@JetBlue should fire her– as well as a public apology for her costume, because I find it to be very offensive, I personally don’t like to fly JetBlue until they have an excuse to be… ” Twitter-user @dominopr777 seethed.

Others have said that the suit was the faith of the survivors of the Storm, Maria, is the worst natural disaster in Puerto Rico’s history. The 2017 storm has left more than 3,000 people were killed and thousands were left homeless.

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JetBlue is the largest carrier in Puerto Rico, as well as ho chi minh city is almost 20 percent Hispanic, according to NBC News.

JetBlue is the largest carrier in Puerto Rico, as well as ho chi minh city is almost 20 percent Hispanic, according to the report.
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The company apologized in a statement, the network said, “the situation was dealt with.”

In the spirit of Halloween, our crew members are welcome to come and celebrate, come in costume, but one member of the crew opted for a suit that was clearly dry, and is not in line with our costume management,” said Derek Dombrowski, manager corporate communication, JetBlue.

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This story was originally published in the New York Post.

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