EasyJet more like 'Sleazy jet': Typo sends customers to porn site

EasyJet airlines.
EasyJet airlines. Photo credit: Getty.

EasyJet has been forced to apologise after making an awkward error on the company's website. 

A link on the UK-based airline's holiday service page was supposed to take you to a privacy policy, but instead sent customers to something slightly more x-rated - a porn site peddling sex workers and promising to "fulfil all sexual dreams".

It's probably down to an innocent accident: leaving out the 's' in the link to 'YourOnlineChoices.eu'. 

The mistake came to EasyJet's attention when Twitter user Nick Matulovich pointed it out in a post. 

"What the actual hell?! Reading your cookie policy and you direct me to a porn site!" Matulovich tweeted, tagging in the official EasyJet Twitter account. 

"Is it a test assuming no one ever reads this stuff? Nasty!" 

EasyJet replied, "Thanks so much for spotting this unfortunate error and bringing it to our attention - we were missing just one letter."

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