A Delta passenger and award-winning director this week admitted taking some artistic liberties with footage he recently uploaded to Twitter, suggesting he was the only passenger aboard a flight from Aspen, Colo., To Salt Lake City.  Earlier this week, Vincent Peone shared a video of himself aboard a flight that he appeared to be the only passenger.
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"Last week @Delta gave me my own private jet … kind of," Peone drew the short clip.
The story quickly went viral – but it looks appears to have been a ruse.
In a follow-up tweet, Peone claims his video was "1
CLICK HERE TO GET FOX NEWS APP  "After the private jet crashed again with mechanical problems, I took a normal morning after," he admits in his tweet.  Although Peone was forced to take a flight the next day – and sit next to others passengers – he has no regrets about his viral fame.
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“The footage I have told is a short, funny and positive story – because it's the kind of story I like to tell. I make comedy! "He wrote.
"I had some laughs with the amazing crew while I was living the dream," he added.
Delta did not seem so upset that Peones drew the truth. The airline responded to Twitter on him and thanked him for the call.
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And several others are probably just happy that they had to sneak over the "hot pilot" on Peone's original "private" flight.