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Comment: Re:Is there an SWA Twitter police? (Score 1) 885

If you included my real name and address I might take it as threatening even if no actual threat is made.

IMO, he was perfectly justified to complain about the policy or about the anonymous agent. If he wanted to complain about the agent by name, he should have filed a complaint with the airlines rather than post it for anyone to see.

Comment: Re:this story is missing information (Score 1) 885

He was allowed on the plane, at the appropriate boarding time. Then he tweeted about a rude agent that was following company policy, giving her name and location. He was then informed that the agent felt threatened by that and would ask him to leave the plane if he didn't remove the tweet, he removed it and was allowed to fly.

I'd rather just believe that it's done by little elves running around.

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