Isabel Jones
Apr 13, 2017 @ 5:00 pm

The Internet strikes again.

One bold Twitter user recently decided to troll Southwest Airlines—why not, I guess? Juan (@xadoringpaige), messaged the airline with a “question.” Less than two hours later, Southwest (via Linnea) got back to her, asking for details. The Twitter user explained, “One of your flight attendants was being extremely rude and basically harassed me throughout my flight. I am disappointed because I love Southwest Airlines.”

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Juan went on to describe the alleged encounter in greater detail, noting that she had a photo of the flight attendant in question.

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After Southwest issued a heartfelt apology, Juan commenced the greatest prank of our time, sending Linnea a photo of Britney Spears in a flight attendant costume from the “Toxic” music video.

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Funny, right? It gets better. After Southwest caught on to Juan’s scheme, they responded in the best way humanly possible, writing, “Opps [sic], she did it again.”

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Oh, Southwest...

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