Delta passengers are mad about the airline’s creepy-as-hell napkins

Delta Coca Cola apologize after 'plane crush' napkins creep out passengers

The airline recently apologized after giving its passengers Diet Coke napkins in previous flights. Complaining passengers had a different take: "creepy".

One side of the napkin tells passengers "because you're on a plane full of interesting people.hey, you never know", while the back (the side with spots for your name and number) encourages passengers to "be a little old school". But we're not sold on the idea of people carelessly handing out their numbers to strangers as being "old school" and romantic, especially 30,000 feet in the air. "Write down your number & give it to your plane crush", reads the small print. You never know.' another says.

There was a little space on the napkin where flirtatious passengers could write down their name and another space for their number.

Social media users appeared split on them, with some condemning the tackiness of the napkins while others found them to be charming and heartfelt.

The napkin has since been removed from Delta flights.

But one passenger said what the companies had done was "Not a good look".

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"Thanks @CocaCola and @Delta, for encouraging people to TALK to one another, make new friends or do anything besides stare mindlessly at phones", one user wrote on Twitter.

Coke also issued a statement. "We worked with our partners at Delta to begin removing the napkins last month and are replacing them with other designs", it said.

Coca-Cola said in a statement to Newsweek: "We sincerely apologize to anyone we may have offended".

Some thought Coca-Cola's marketing campaign was a cute one.

Delta Airlines and Coca-Cola are sorry for trying to spice up your flight! We just came off a flight where we got this one, which brought smiles to our faces (and made hubby want to post it in the lavatory)!

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