IndiGo staff assault: What this Twitter user asked the IndiGo airline has left people amazed – IndiGo Trolled
We all have heard/read about the video of IndiGo ground staff assaulting a passenger at Delhi’s airport. Though this video has created quite a buzz on the social media, the private airline company has apologized on behalf of it employee. – Indigo Trolled by a man on Twitter
But memes and trolls have taken the internet by storm. AS soon as the video went viral, memes, posters and sarcastic jibes were quick to follow on the Internet. IndiGo staff assault is taking the internet by storm.
Read about the Indigo staff assault here
IndiGo staff assault :Twitter guy becomes the Troll king – IndiGo Trolled
It seems like a Twitter user decided to bring his troll game to the next level. A level that is not easily conquered. Well, basically , he really seemed that he was in need of an assistance from the airline. The man, who goes by the username Rohitchoube on Twitter, wrote to the airlines’ Twitter handling team — “@IndiGo6E I need help for tomorrow’s mumbai delhi flight…Can somebody please respond ..”. He tweeted out to them again, which is when they responded with “Hi, Rohit. How may we assist you?”
And can you guess what the urgent help was ?
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He wanted them to beat up his boss who was travelling to Delhi by the 3 pm flight!
And just like that, he earned himself the status of an overnight Troll Star.
@IndiGo6E I need help for tomorrow’s mumbai delhi flight…Can somebody please respond ..
— rohit (@rohitchoube) November 7, 2017
Hi, Rohit. How may we assist you?
— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) November 7, 2017
My boss is travelling by 15.00 pm flight to Delhi .. ‘ जैसे ही वो उतरे, कूट देना साले को । ‘ thanks 🙂#thokoindigo
— rohit (@rohitchoube) November 8, 2017
And just by that, he became the king of trolls. After his tweet, the site was flooded with hilarious comments. Just take a look at it-
Dude… that was epic… ROFL
— KJ (@kjhabak) November 8, 2017
Bhai, tu GOD hai. 😉
— Sniper (@avarakai) November 8, 2017
Keep your resignation ready by the time your boss reach to office
— Subrat Panda (@subratraj2004) November 8, 2017