Apr 14, 2014 ... The photo shows a completely nude woman on her back with a plane ... The tweet was in the US Airways Twitter feed for about an hour.
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Apr 15, 2014 ... Joshua R. Hensler, social media manager at US Airways, calls himself a ... It all started when the image was initally posted to the USAirways Twitter stream by a user. ... team here,' and attached the explicit photograph of the nude woman out to its ... Another gaffe: Last month a US Airways plane caught fire ...
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Dec 20, 2014 ... Corporate social media fails of 2014: big brands make big mistakes ... (Twitter). 3. US AIRWAYS' PORN PROBLEM. The airline attached an X-rated ... The British Embassy tweeted a photo joking about the day the Redcoats ...
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