People are still pretty upset about a United Airlines passenger who was forcibly removed from a Chicago plane on Sunday because he would not give up his seat on an overbooked plane.
United, thus far, has contended staff did what was required of them. Video of the bloodied passenger went viral almost immediately.
United was trending on social media all day Monday, with the help of numerous celebrities and even some politicians weighing in on the video.
And, of course, because it was such a hot topic, a lot of United trolling took place, mostly in memes and GIFs. Some examples were basic, but others very well done.
From movies being altered to faux commercials, here are some of the best examples of the United trolling.
United Airlines Releases new Customer Service Training Video. pic.twitter.com/ygq3SwDua5
- The Other 98% (@other98) April 10, 2017
Here at @United Airlines, our friendly new customer service representative is here to help you disembark quickly and efficiently. pic.twitter.com/dzs8UWP8zK
- Death Star PR (@DeathStarPR) April 11, 2017
United Airlines is pleased to announce new seating on all domestic flights- in addition to United First and Economy Plus we introduce.... pic.twitter.com/KQjPClU2d2
- McNeil (@Reflog_18) April 10, 2017
"Involuntary de-boarding situation" pic.twitter.com/H10Xs393Ce
- Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 11, 2017
Oh my! #unitedAIRLINES pic.twitter.com/oxGW0PCmfp
- Elizabeth O'Hara (@OHara915) April 11, 2017
Word ... #UnitedAirlines pic.twitter.com/Dg3ASobNQG
- Nicholas (@bubu_hong) April 11, 2017
starting tomorrow, #UnitedAirlines will be offering complementary mouthguards to their passengers instead of peanuts. pic.twitter.com/p3sNbPMues
- MacMally (@MarcusMacCowan) April 11, 2017