Gale, whose Twitter bio says that he is a 'Bachelor' producer, and a woman called Diane are involved in a note-passing battle on a delayed flight and he documents the incident on Twitter.
Elan Gale, who says on his Twitter bio that he is a producer of "The Bachelor", documented a note-passing battle he experienced on a delayed flight during Thanksgiving on Twitter, garnering hot reaction from his followers. Gale was on a plane on Thursday, November 28 when the crew announced the flight was delayed. Being upset at the prospect of missing her time with family, a woman called Diane made a complaint to the flight attendant.
"Our flight is delayed. A woman on here is very upset because she has Thanksgiving plans. She is the only one obviously. Praying for her," Gale wrote. "The male flight attendant said 'I understand ma'am. I'm looking forward to seeing my family too.' She responded 'This isn't about you,' " Gale continued.
After the plane finally took off, Gale decided to send a glass of wine to the woman with a note attached. "Dear Lady in 7A, It has come to my attention that today is your 'Thanksgiving!' It must be hard to not be with your family. Please accept this glass of wine. It is a gift from me to you. Hopefully if you drink it, you won't be able to use your mouth to talk. Love Elan," he wrote. He later delivered two bottles of Vodka himself to the 7A seat and received a reply.
The note read, "Dear 'Elan,' The wine wasn't funny. The vodka wasn't funny. You're an awful person with no compassion. I'm sorry for your family that they should have to deal with you." In another note, she suggested they talk to the authorities when they landed. Gale wrote back, "When you speak to the authorities, please make sure they arrest you for cannibalism because you just ate my d*ck! Love, elan."
Later when they met in person, Gale claimed that Diane slapped him. A staff member asked if he wanted to report it to the police, but he said no. However, he gave Diane a final note which read, "Diane, allow me to introduce myself. I am TheYearOfElan...Look me up online. Read every tweet. Read every response. And maybe next time you'll be nice to people who are just trying to help. PS, Eat My D*ck. Love Elan."
I sent the lady a glass of wine and a note pic.twitter.com/GttnmQI25P— elan gale (@theyearofelan) November 28, 2013