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JetBlue Gives Passengers Of Diva Flight An 'I'm Sorry' Voucher!

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Amazing!

Because of our favorite person ever, Steven Slater's stunt on JetBlue, the airline will be giving every passenger - hopefully except for the bitch who CAUSED the problem - a $100 voucher for the best thing they've ever seen 'inconvenience!'

Ha!

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12 comments to “JetBlue Gives Passengers Of Diva Flight An 'I'm Sorry' Voucher!”



  1. 1

    Old news Mario, what's it like always being in last place?



  2. 2

    He put the ground crew in danger. He isn't a hero.



  3. 3

    over it—–more wasted money…..couldn't a charity use all that money???? how about those people should just be happy they didn't get harmed while he carried on like a 5 year old going down a slide……
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    no problem with the rant over the intercom or taking a beer but the rest just makes him sound like a child having a temper tantrum………



  4. 4

    Go "Jetblue" Steven Slater! He speaks for all the people who are currently or have been in the customer service industry who have been verbally or physically abused by members, customers, passengers, and/or the public! He's my HERO, shoot!



  5. 5

    HA! I actually read that a lot of the people on the flight laughed and thought it was funny



  6. 6

    And what about the person that caused this mess in the first place? What does he get? He yelled and cursed the man first. Just sayin..



  7. 7

    This story is lame. You're promoting bad behavior.



  8. 8

    Re: WatcherOne – I agree with you, I thought what he did was kind of cool and funny until I heard about how much force those slides come out with, and that anyone underneath it could have been killed.



  9. 9

    My name is Steven Slater and I'm a whiny bitch. Now give me fifteen minutes of fame for throwing a temper tantrum.



  10. 10

    I would of paid big money to be on that flight and see that happen in action. This Steve Slater seems to think he was in a broadway play and needed a dramatic "ending" to quitting his job… what a queen.



  11. 11

    shut up you biscuit

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    Instead of gifting random customers, Jet Blue could consider employee counseling or job related stress seminars for their own. This guy was obviously up to here with something.