Celebrity Nude Photo Hacking Mocked By Spirit Airlines In “Bare Fare” Ad

Truth rating: 10
Spirit Airlines Naked

By Michael Lewittes


Spirit Airlines Naked

(Spirit Airlines)

On the heels of the massive celebrity nude photo leak, which affected Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and Kirsten Dunst, among others, the dimwits at Spirit Airlines unleashed an ad featuring a naked woman, with the tagline, “Our Bare Fare Was Hacked.”


Beneath that the airline writes:

We feel naked; you were never supposed to see this Bare Fare! It was meant for a special someone (who isn’t you). Now it’s all over the internet for you to take advantage of as you see fit. Scandalous! We thought the cloud was our friend, y’know, because we spend so much time flying with ‘em. But now our private prices are on display! Bad for us; GREAT for you.”

The same airline that once tried to screw a dying, cancer-stricket Vietnam vet named Jerry Meekins out of a refund, now seems to think this invasion of people’s privacy is worth exploiting even more.

A spokesman for the airline says, “Spirit isn’t your typical airline… Our ads are fun and often irreverent. We have a long history of taking major, national news stories and connecting them to our marketing.”

Spirit also has a long history of pissing off customers, as any search of the airline’s name on Twitter or Google would yield.

Regardless, Gossip Cop can’t imagine that this “irreverent” ad would seem “fun” to the then-underaged McKayla Maroney and dozens of dozens of other Hollywood stars whose privacy was horrendously violated.

Gossip Cop would like to know — in the comments section — what you think of Spirit’s ad?

Spirit Airlines Bare Fare

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