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Airline removes napkins urging passengers share numbers with "fly crush"



Napkins that offer Delta Air Lines passengers a place to write a phone number for a "crash" have forced the airline and Coca-Cola to apologize. "Because you're on a plane full of interesting people and hey … you never know," the face of the napkin is read. On the back, the passengers could write their name and phone number. In small print on the back also said the napkin: "Be a little old school. Write down your number and give it to your plane." You never know. "But some customers went to social media and said that the napkin was inappropriate." There are certainly no appreciated unwanted phone numbers in the good old days, and they are certainly not as many as have been gawking on them on a plane for hours Today. Not a good look, a Twitter user said, adding that they found the napkin "creepy". In a statement to the United States today, a Delta official said the airline began removing the napkin last month. "We regularly rotate cooking products as part of our brand partnership, but missed the mark with it. We apologize for it," said Delta's statement. An official Coca-Cola told the newspaper: "We apologize to anyone we have offended. We worked with our partners at Delta to start removing napkins last month and replacing them with other designs. "

Napkins offering Delta Air Lines passengers a place to write a phone number for a "crash" have forced the airline and Coca-Cola to apologize.

"Because you're on a plane full of interesting people and hey … you never know," front of the napkin read. On the back, the passengers could write their name and phone number.

In the little print also on the back, the napkin said, "Be a little old school. Write down your number and give it to your plane."

But some customers went to social media that said the napkin was inappropriate.

"Surely no one appreciated unwanted phone numbers in the good old days and they are sure they don't want anyone Not a good look " wrote a Twitter user and added that they found napkin "creepy".

In a statement to the United States today, a Delta official said the airline began removing the napkin last month.

"We regularly rotate cooking products as part of our brand partnership, but missed the mark with it. We're sorry, said the statement from Delta.

A Coca-Cola official told the newspaper," We apologize to anyone we might has offended. We worked with our partners at Delta to start removing napkins last month and replacing them with other designs. "

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