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Bored Young Girl Tweets Terrorist Threat To American Airlines, Immediately Regrets It

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Updated 04/14/2014 8:57am
Bored Young Girl Tweets Terrorist Threat To American Airlines, Immediately Regrets It
Media Courtesy of Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Kay Ziegler

Staff Writer

@Kay__Drew

Don’t joke about terrorism. It’s not really smart. And, it can create a lot of issues. Airlines have to contact the FBI. Things get messy. Most people know not to make such a gaff. Some don’t. Apparently, Twitter user @queendemetriax is one of those people. This person tweeted the following and American Airlines quickly responded to the threat: twlsdmaavonunrulzp3nHowever, a Twitter spokesperson claims they could not have gotten that information. Because of that, American Airlines deleted the response. By the way, if you look up an IP address from a Twitter account, you get the virtual coordinates for Twitter’s headquarters. She did see the reply though. And the girl got freaked out – fearing her parents would find out about the ‘prank.’ @Queendemetriax admits that this fiasco was the highlight of her Twitter experience. She also gained over 1,000 followers. Check out her rapid fire freak out as a result of American Airlines' response.

@AmericanAir I'm so sorry I'm scared now

— Sarah (@QueenDemetriax_) April 13, 2014

@AmericanAir I was joking and it was my friend not me, take her IP address not mine

— Sarah (@QueenDemetriax_) April 13, 2014

@AmericanAir I was kidding pls don't I'm just a girl pls

— Sarah (@QueenDemetriax_) April 13, 2014

Why would I blow up one of your planes, I have my own jet @AmericanAir

— Sarah (@QueenDemetriax_) April 13, 2014

Wow bc of this I gained 1k followers

— Sarah (@QueenDemetriax_) April 13, 2014

Okay today was the highlight of my twitter days

— Sarah (@QueenDemetriax_) April 13, 2014

 I think I can speak for all airlines when I say, “Please do not Tweet an airport claiming to be a terrorist.” It doesn’t seem safe. And in this day and age, one can never be too careful, thus all reports (even as a joke) are surely taken seriously.

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