'Cola light - because you are on a plane full of interesting people and hey.. You never know.'
this is the sound of one of the sentences on the new napkins, Coca Cola has designed for the airline Delta Airlines.
The other statements continues in the same style. They encourage all to put on a hitchhiker, now, when you are trapped together for several hours.
the back of the napkin is that even lines dedicated to write his name and phone number.
And it is far from the fall in the good soil of the us airline's customers.
The typing of The Sun.
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Serviette calls on passengers to meet another person during the flight. Photo: Private
In the edge of the napkin says; 'Please be a little old fashioned. Write your number down and give it to your flyforelskelse.. You never know.'
On Twitter has more users and air passengers described the towel as sallow, and some even go so far as to accuse the airline and Coca Cola to encourage sexual harassment.
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Hey @Delta and @CocaCola These napkins are creepy. Pretty sure no one appreciated unsolicited phone numbers in the ‘good old days’ and they sure as heck don't want the number of someone who has been gawking to them on a plane for hours today. Not a good look. pic.twitter.com/PJAiurFRMh— ducksauz (@ducksauz) 21. January 2019
- I'm sure that there was someone who appreciated unsolicited phone numbers in the old days, and they would certainly not have taken up a number from one or the other, which had tired at them in the plane for several hours today, writes the user ducksauz.
- Swing and a miss, @Dietcoke, writes another user.
Opposite The Sun apologizes to Coca Cola, if they have encountered any.
- last month, we started together with our partners at Delta to remove the napkins and replace them with other designs, said a representative from Coca-Cola.
- We rotate regularly-Cola products as part of our brand-to collaborate, but we didn't hit the disc with this, says a representative from Delta Airlines to The Sun.
There is even space to write his name and number down. Photo: Private