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Jason Biggs proved that yes, celebs are just like us, after United Airlines lost his and his wife's luggage en route to their vacation. And just like any person with a smartphone and a Twitter account would, Biggs utilized the company's social media presence to call them out.
Hey @united we're now working on day 5 with no luggage on our vacation. And no one can even tell us where it is or when we can expect it.— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) June 16, 2015
United, of course, promptly tweeted back the Orange Is The New Black actor saying they could help the actor out.
@JasonBiggs I can provide an update for you. Please DM your baggage claim number. Thanks. ^BW— United (@united) June 16, 2015
Because as we all know, Twitter has now become the easiest way to get in touch or get help from any major brand. Case and point: One of my close friends got a free lava cake after tweeting Chili's official Twitter account that it was her birthday.
However it appears that United's social media team was unable to immediately find the Biggs' lost luggage, which led to the comedian's wife, Jenny Mollen, to posting a series of hilarious Instagram photos chronicling their vacation sans luggage.
The couple described their experience as a "Comical version of 'Naked And Afraid' meets 'The Simple Life'."
This is Mollen's "Day 4 look from a local shop in town."
The funny lady resorted to posing strategically behind giant lizards while waiting for her luggage.
Finally after nearly two week the Biggs' luggage washed ashore proving that social media is much better suited for humor than for returning lost bags.