Cheerleaders used to placate 5000 passengers delayed by thick fog at Dalian Airport
April 24th, around 5000 passengers were delayed at Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport due to thick fog. To placate the moods of the delayed passengers stable, the airport dispatched a beautiful cheerleading team to do an aerobic dance. According to reports, this is an original idea of the northern airport, an embodiment of humanistic customer service.
Comments from NetEase:
Having better customer service attitudes, charging less money, and cancelling that bullshit airport construction fee, would be much more practical!
If over 10,000 people are delayed, they’ll hire Japanese comfort women.
Instead of doing decent and proper things, they use this to placate [the disgruntled passengers]. After they’re done dancing here, do they go dance for the LD?
A bit better than doing absolutely nothing, but best would be to discount the airplane ticket a bit.
The airport management’s handling of this is very gei li.
Brother [referring to self] is going to offer some suggestions to this airport: The chearleading team is useless, you need poker cards and mahjong tiles for them to play and I guarantee you’ll have to push them to leave and even then some won’t go.
Cunt-high short skirts, oh yeah…
The people were already agitated and now doing this will only make them even more agitated. Why not use a gong and drum performance or a folk dance performance?
Can the Dalian Airport think of something else? How are some young girls shaking their butts going to placate delayed passengers?! Do you not think it’s disgusting?!
If they’re angry, let the travelers fire off a round [ejaculate] on their bodies and their anger will immediately disappear.
If I were waiting for my plane, where would I have the interest to watch a cheerleading team dance? Isn’t this nonsense?
Originally, airplanes were used to increase speed to save time; Now, airports are used to watch performances to titillate one’s mood.
Historically unprecedented, how stupefying.
What do you think?