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Virgin Complaint Letter Blasts Branson

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It appears to be in an evidence bag from the scene of a crime. A CRIME AGAINST BLOODY COOKING. Either that or some sort of back-street underground cookie, purchased off a gun-toting maniac high on his own supply of yeast. You certainly wouldn’t want to be caught carrying one of these through customs. Imagine biting into a piece of brass Richard. That would be softer on the teeth than the specimen above.

Sir Branson Blasts Airlines with a Scalding Yet Humorous Tweet

 

Virgin Airline boss and founder Sir Richard Branson, who has 3 million Twitter followers, recently tweeted about a complaint letter written by unhappy airline passenger and tennis pro, Arthur Hicks. Hicks wrote a brilliantly sassy and sarcastic complaint letter about his recent and less than pleasurable traveling experience on Liat Airlines. The complaint letter, which was originally published in April 2013 in the BVI Beacon, has since gone viral.
Branson, who seems to have a particular fondness for well-written complaints by airline passengers tweeted: “How to write a complaint letter – read this hilarious note from a frustrated airline passenger.” Sir Richard Branson has also posted the now famous letter on his blog.
Arthur Hicks’ complaint letter states that after six airport changes, “I particularly enjoyed sampling the security scanners at each and every airport. I find it preposterous that people imagine them all to be the same. And as for being patted down by a variety of islanders, well, I feel as if I’ve been hugged by most of the Caribbean already.” Mr. Hicks ends his letter with, “P.S. Keep the bag. I never liked it anyway.”

Branson states on his blog that customer feedback is important. Branson says, “… making customer service key to your company will keep your employees motivated and your customers happy. This in turn ensures enduring loyalty, business success and a better experience for everyone.”

Yes! It’s another crime-scene cookie. Only this time you dunk it in the white stuff.

Yes! It’s another crime-scene cookie. Only this time you dunk it in the white stuff.

It appears to be in an evidence bag from the scene of a crime. A CRIME AGAINST BLOODY COOKING. Either that or some sort of back-street underground cookie, purchased off a gun-toting maniac high on his own supply of yeast. You certainly wouldn’t want to be caught carrying one of these through customs. Imagine biting into a piece of brass Richard. That would be softer on the teeth than the specimen above.

It appears to be in an evidence bag from the scene of a crime. A CRIME AGAINST BLOODY COOKING. Either that or some sort of back-street underground cookie, purchased off a gun-toting maniac high on his own supply of yeast. You certainly wouldn’t want to be caught carrying one of these through customs. Imagine biting into a piece of brass Richard. That would be softer on the teeth than the specimen above.