Ryanair responds brilliantly after employees create snow dick on tarmac

    Loading luggage in the snow for hours on end must get boring. No matter the elements, you are required to heave heavy luggage on and off planes quickly for hours. On top of that, you have to endure seeing all the happy passengers travelling to far off exotic places everyday. So, while stuck there inhaling exhaust and going deaf from the plane engines, you might as well have some fun, right?

    That’s exactly what the crew of Irish airplane carrier Ryanair did. Taking a break from their exhausting nightly duties, they decided to have a laugh by drawing a giant snow penis on the ground next to the plane at a Dublin airport.

    Ryanair plane next to a snow penis

    Clearly, passengers complained.

    So, how did Ryanair respond to the ‘controversy’?

    They said: ‘While our ground crew excel at industry leading 25 minute turnarounds, art isn’t their forte, as they’ve clearly forgotten to draw wings on their snow airplane’.

    What a great response! It’s authentic and makes light of an already comical situation. Well done, Ryanair.

    For those unfamiliar with Ryanair, the low-cost carrier has recently launched a new ‘charm offensive’ as it seeks to improve its customer relations after complaints inundated the company.

    Fees for a range of small extras and necessities like passenger arrival cards and extra baggage have been cut, with passengers now allowed to carry a ‘smaller’ second bag on board.

    Clearly it’s paying off. And not just in this cheeky ‘forgotten wings’ interaction – the controversial budget airline posting £37 million pounds in profits for the last three months.

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