Guy who tweeted photos of engine that fell apart in flight is no fan of Fox and Friends

Meet Erik Haddad, an engineer at Google and eyewitness to this absolutely terrifying incident when the engine on United Flight 1175 bound for Honolulu, Hawaii fell apart mid-flight:

that looks bad, plane and simple ✈️ #ua1175 pic.twitter.com/EKXUxDBw9q

— Erik Haddad (@erikhaddad) February 13, 2018

At least he was able to maintain his sense of humor about it:

I don’t see anything about this in the manual ✈️#ua1175 pic.twitter.com/yTECg9fxZw

— Erik Haddad (@erikhaddad) February 13, 2018

The plane landed safely:

aloha! ✈️ #ua1175 pic.twitter.com/l9YF7pbOJK

— Erik Haddad (@erikhaddad) February 13, 2018

for those fellow flight enthusiasts wanting to see more detail #ua1175 pic.twitter.com/SvADgjWgIK

— Erik Haddad (@erikhaddad) February 14, 2018

Haddad quickly went viral with numerous journos asking for permission to use his video on air. For example, Reuters:

you have my permission, with Twitter handle attribution. thank you

— Erik Haddad (@erikhaddad) February 14, 2018

And ABC News:

you have my permission, with attribution. thank you

— Erik Haddad (@erikhaddad) February 13, 2018

Haddad fielded numerous requests like that, but the only one he denied was Kelley Kramer, who lists herself as a producer for Fox and Friends:

I took this video and no you may not

— Erik Haddad (@erikhaddad) February 13, 2018

Tell us how you really feel.

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