Ryanair's admin is at it again with an absolute savage response to a passenger complaining about the lack of legroom.
The budget airline - known for selling seats, not windows - has absolutely no chill when it comes to shutting down complainers on social media.
Just last month, a couple heading off on their honeymoon were disappointed with the seats on their flight after they discovered they wouldn't get to look out of the window.
Mark's Twitter post sarcastically said he was 'hitting home runs with flights for my wedding', wanting to know '#wheresmywindow' and writing 'cheers @ryanair'.
The airline is no stranger to clapping back at customers on social media and quoted Mark's tweet, saying: "She’s regretting marrying someone who can’t read the fine print." It didn't end there though...
Someone replying to Ryanair's tweet with 'LOOOOOOOOL Ryanair admin your days are numbered' got hit back with the quip 'like this marriage'.
Well, quite clearly, people do not learn their lesson, as earlier this week Twitter user @cholomemeone complained about the lack of legroom, dubbing Ryanair 'kings of discomfort'.
The Twitter user attached a photo of themselves in jean shorts, with their legs stretching underneath the seat.
In the replies, one person commented: "Pay more, then," as another added: "Don't complain about discomfort when you buy the cheapest tickets and pay extra for better seats or don't cry."
After the tweet gathered some momentum online, the eagle-eyed Ryanair admin was not going to let this one slip.
Taking the p*** out of the passenger's fashion sense, they commented: "You're literally wearing jorts."
"Does the legroom extend depending on legwear? Asking for a friend," replied one user, to which the admin went on: "Jorts can cause swelling, it's on the label."
@cholomemeone was clearly humbled by the incident, writing on Twitter an hour later: "Honestly just wanted a roast from @Ryanair why are y'all so extra."
They added: "And thanks for making my jorts famous."
A man named Ryan also commented: "Simply the best social account and yes I'm biased because my name is Ryan. But both can be true."
Another added: "Don't ever change @ryanair."Featured Image Credit: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images