EasyJet mercilessly trolled with backless seat photo after images of another broken chair surfaces – The Sun

AN easyJet passenger shared a photograph of a broken seat – just days after another one went viral on social media.

YouTuber Cal Freezy posted the image on his Twitter account of the easyJet seat which didn't have a cushion on the bottom.

He tweeted the image to his 1.4 million followers with the caption: "Loooooool check this seat on my flight."

Cal added that thankfully no passengers had to sit on it: "Just as a heads up, no ones sat in that seat. Just next to us haha."

However the images had already racked up thousands of likes, with others slating the airline for the series of broken seats.

One person tweeted: "Easyjet coming in with those luxury seats"

Another person wrote "same energy" with a picture of the seats which were broken last week.

Twitter user Kev had a serious response: "2nd incident in a week. @easyJet don't you think these planes should be taken out of circulation until you fix your on going safety concerns?"

An easyJet spokesperson replied to Cal, tweeting: "Hey Callum, do you mind sending me a DM with your flight number and route?

"Just so I can get this passed on and looked into? I appreciate you bringing it to our attention."



Last week, a passenger shared an image of a seat which had no back.

While they confirmed that they were not made to sit in it, the image quickly went viral.

The image was shared nearly 50,000 times on the social media website.

While some social media users were horrified at the seat, others blamed the Twitter user for blowing the situation out of proportion.

In response to the seat with no cushion, an easyJet spokesperson told Sun Online Travel: "The seat cushion has been removed for cleaning.

"No passengers were permitted to fly in this seat as it was inoperative during this time.

"Safety is our highest priority and easyJet operates its fleet of aircraft in strict compliance with all safety guidelines."

 

A woman was forced to hold her seven-year-old daughter during her flight after being given a completely broken seat.

Another passenger had to sit on a seat with no cushion for seven hours from Chicago to Dublin.

He was forced to sit there due to the plane being full with "drunk" St Patrick's Day travellers.

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