Former NFL player Chris Long trolls Texans' Mark Ingram II over airline issue, fools Twitter users

Ingram tweeted at United Airlines on Thursday after the airline apparently misplaced his checked luggage. 

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“Hey @united y’all just gon not put my checked luggage on the plane?! I have appearances and events and now I have no clothes,” he said in the post. “Smh, I tried y’all out and ima try to avoid it from here on.”

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Long, who won back-to-back Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, changed his name and picture to resemble United’s account and quote-tweeted Ingram’s message saying:  “You’re rich. Buy clothes.”

The stunt didn’t seem to fool Ingram who replied back, “Your rich Chris how about u buy my clothes.”

But a bunch of other social media users seemed to fall for Long’s joke.  

In the end, the real United was able to help resolve Ingram’s issue. 

“Ok I give credit where credit is due @united!! I called y’all out and you answered the challenge above and beyond,” he said in a tweet. “I appreciate the hospitality and execution in delivering my bag to me quickly. And by the way I’m flying the friendly skies with @united tomorrow!”

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