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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — US Airways apologized Monday after a pornographic image was posted on the company’s Twitter feed.

The company often responds directly to disgruntled passengers, but was seemingly unaware that one of its replies included a lewd photograph.

“@thatkatzkat We don’t like to hear this, Alex. Please provide feedback to our Customer Relations team here,” read the tweet, which also included a link to a photo of a woman with a model airplane protruding out of a body cavity.

The airline later removed the tweet and apologized for the incident.

Twitter user @thatkatzkat also responded to the tweet:

https://twitter.com/ThatKATZkat/status/455787972278104066

No other details were immediately released.

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