• No one fired after U.S. Airways' pornographic tweet


    Channel 9 learned no one will be let go from U.S. Airways after a graphic tweet was posted Tuesday.
    It started after the airline responded to an upset customer with a link to provide feedback.
    That link showed a picture of a naked woman lying on the bed with a toy plane.

    ARTICLE: US Airways tweets inappropriate photo Monday

    U.S. Airways said a worker was flagging the picture which was sent from another user.
    The airline apologized and said in a statement: "We deeply regret the mistake and we are currently reviewing our processes to prevent such errors in the future."

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