You might have noticed Ryanair mocking Novak Djokovic for comments he made over his vaccine stance.
The airline roasted the tennis player after he broke his silence over his recent jab controversy, when his visa was cancelled meaning he could not play in the Australian Open.
The Serbian told the BBC that although he is “keeping his mind open” about getting a Covid vaccine in the future, and is not part of the anti-vax movement, he would be prepared to miss this year’s French Open and Wimbledon tournaments over his “principles”.
Ryanair seized the idea of Djokovic not being an anti-vaxxer but refusing to get a jab, quipping: "We're not an airline but we do fly planes".
Robinson then said: "Ryanair tried to dump on Novak Djokovic, now they’re trying to initiate a pile-on in my direction.
"Interesting tactic for a commercial airline. Bold PR move, attacking customers on social media."
When did brands get so political?\n\nRyanair tried to dump on Novak Djokovic, now they\u2019re trying to initiate a pile-on in my direction.\n\nInteresting tactic for a commercial airline. Bold PR move, attacking customers on social media.https://twitter.com/ryanair/status/1493566308419620873\u00a0\u2026