If you've ever stood at the baggage claim in an airport, then you know that few things can compare to the instant relief that's felt once your luggage appears. Maybe it's comparable to seeing a waiter expertly navigate the restaurant floor while bringing the food to your table.
Apparently Houston Texans running back Mark Ingram II didn't receive that satisfaction on a trip Thursday as he took to Twitter to complain about his checked luggage that seemingly was lost.
Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long took advantage of the opportunity to make light of Ingram's travel troubles by changing his account name and profile picture to mimic the airline's account and offered Ingram some advice:
You're rich. Buy clothes. https://t.co/eA5AzVPCFh— chris long (@JOEL9ONE) May 13, 2021
May 13, 2021
United Airlines later joined in on the fun and Ingram received his luggage.
Thought I was getting banned. Love an airline with a sense of humor. https://t.co/Ei2gpSg8SA pic.twitter.com/SJnpONZJM5— chris long (@JOEL9ONE) May 14, 2021
Act as @united now @JOEL9ONE 🤣😭😭 https://t.co/EgI3BkFGoW— Mark Ingram II (@markingram21) May 14, 2021