The last thing anyone wants on their flight is an unwanted advance from a stranger. Especially if that stranger is an inanimate object.
According to USA Today, some passengers on Delta Airlines were left feeling a little “creeped out” by Diet Coke branded napkins on recent flights.
What’s so offensive about a napkin, you might ask?
Twitter users posted photos of the so-called creepy napkins, which, in addition to a weirdly suggestive, pick-up line style tag, have a spot for passengers to write down their personal phone numbers to then pass to another passenger.
But luckily, both companies involved heard passengers’ feedback loud and clear. Coca Cola said in a statement to the Washington Post, “We sincerely apologize to anyone we may have offended.”
“We rotate Coke products regularly as part of our brand partnership, but missed the mark with this one,” Delta said in a statement to The Washington Post and USA Today.
The napkins are being replaced with other designs.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Delta has been committed to “helping” people find love. In 2017, the airline launched a “Tinder Wall” with exotic travel backgrounds to help people take better pictures for their dating profiles.