Donald Trump’s Twitter Account Deleted By Employee On Last Day Of Work


A couple of years ago, there was a story about a flight attendant who quit his job by grabbing the tannoy, telling the passengers what colossal d*cks they’d been, stealing a six pack of beer out of the plane’s fridge, opening the emergency door and jumping down the slide to freedom. 

(This was after the plane had landed, by the way.)

He left his job in a blaze of glory, the likes of which no departing employee has been able to emulate. That is, until now.

One Twitter employee decided to mark their last day at the company by deleting Donald Trump’s account. It was down for 11 whole minutes before anyone noticed, meaning that those who tried to check out the President’s tweets were met with a triumphant, “sorry, that page doesn’t exist.”

People were very excited:

And obviously there’s been an abundance of jokes:

Twitter have declined to name the (now ex) employee responsible, and have said in a statement that they’re conducting a full internal review.

“Through our investigation we have learned that this was done by a Twitter customer support employee who did this on the employee’s last day. We are conducting a full internal review.”

(It’s not like they can fire them…)

They’ll probably now put into a place a procedure by which only the founding fathers of Twitter have the ability to delete Trump’s account. Sad!

Not all heroes wear capes.

Let us know what you think in the comments! 

Images via Getty / Twitter



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