The user Anand Kumar, took to Twitter to complain about vulgar ads that he was seeing on the IRCTC app. IRCTC’S reply to his tweet was the most savage comeback ever, making the tweets go viral in a short span of time
Bangalore: A Twitter user who recently complained about seeing obscene ads on the IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) app, was given an amusing reply by the IRCTC, leaving Twitterati in splits. Sure enough, the tweets went viral in no time.
The user, Anand Kumar, took to the micro-blogging platform, tweeting to IRCTC’s official account, as well as tagging Minister of Railways of India, Piyush Goyal. He tweeted,” Obscene and vulgar ads are very frequently appearing on the IRCTC ticket booking app. This is very embarrassing and irritating @RailMinIndia @IRCTCofficial @PiyushGoyalOffc kindly look into. (sic)” He also added screenshots of the ads that he was seeing.
A Twitter user recently posted a tweet on #IRCTC’s official Twitter account, tagging @piyushgoyalofficial, Minister of Indian Railways, that he was seeing obscene ads in the IRCTC app. The reply that he got from the IRCTC is trending on #socialmedia @railminindia #indianrailways #indianrailway #tweet
IRCTC too had something to say about the matter. They asked the user to make sure to delete his user history the next time, saying that ads are shown on the app based on the user’s browsing behavior and user history.
What followed was a spate of memes and tweets from Twitter users, who trolled the ridiculous situation and hailed IRCTC’s savage reply.
While trying to troll the IRCTC about inappropriate ads on their app, it was the user himself who ended up getting trolled instead.
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Last Updated 30, May 2019, 1:42 PM