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US Airways apologizes for tweeting graphic sexual image

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Like most major airlines, US Airways often uses its Twitter account to respond to complaints. Today, for reasons that are still unclear, the account responded to a customer's angry message about a delayed flight by tweeting an image of a naked woman using a model plane to stimulate herself.

The offending tweet remained active for almost a full hour before US Airways got around to deleting it and replacing it with this apology:

Of course, that wasn't nearly fast enough to prevent the Twitterverse from picking it up and running with it:

We really cannot warn you enough: The image is extremely graphic, and very much NSFW. But if you must look, BuzzFeed has you covered.