Sachin Tendulkar getting angry is a rare phenomenon. But on Friday, Tendulkar seemed to be in a different mood as he took to Twitter to vent his anger about his bad experience with British Airways.
The Airline Twitter handle then responded with an apology and asked Tendulkar for his baggage reference, full name and address, this is where Twitter went berserk and took on British Airways, Tendulkar had used the hashtag #NeveronBA in his tweets and in just a matter of minutes, the hashtag was trending in India. Here's how twitter reacted.
Angry Disappointed and Frustrated.. #BAdserviceBA Family member's Waitlisted ticket not confirmed despite seats being available (1/2)
— sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) November 13, 2015
@sachin_rt We're sorry to hear this Sachin, could you please DM us your baggage ref, full name and address so we can look into this for you?
— British Airways (@British_Airways) November 13, 2015
— SILLY POINT (@Sarcaism) November 13, 2015
British Airways just killed their brand in India with one extremely funny tweet. https://t.co/x6CX33ON2O
— Dennis Does Cricket (@DennisCricket_) November 13, 2015
That is why I like Dravid. Doesn’t come with any unnecessary baggage. — Mitron De Boot (@sidin) November 13, 2015
Name - Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar Address - Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar Baggage Ref - Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar https://t.co/OvofVOxxPx
— Ashwin Mushran (@ashwinmushran) November 13, 2015
Boy British Airways must have screwed up real bad for Sachin to name and shame on Twitter https://t.co/TTd8619bQ0
— Ankit Motani (@ankitmotani) November 13, 2015
Haha, British Airways' bot asks Tendulkar his full name. He should send them a snapshot of the Ind-Eng scorecard from Chennai '08. — Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) November 13, 2015
— The-Lying-Lama (@KyaUkhaadLega) November 13, 2015
SACHIN RAMESH TENDULKAR Bitch! pic.twitter.com/EIElTkGKX5
— Pawan SinghA (@urbanpendu00) November 13, 2015
— Paul Dennett (@the_summer_game) November 13, 2015
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Updated Date: Nov 13, 2015 19:16:22 IST