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Ian Poulter's Tweet Complaint Met with Unsympathetic Response

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Will TideySenior Manager, GlobalAugust 8, 2014

Ian Poulter is upset about what many these days would term a "first-world problem."

Poulter, who is currently in action at the 2014 PGA Championship, wants to fly his wife, his four kids and their nanny back to England.

The English golfer is based in Florida, so presumably it's a trip to reconnect with family and friends. The only problem is British Airways have put his wife and kids in business class, but "downgraded" his nanny to economy.

Poulter is not pleased, as the above tweet demonstrates. Here are some of the best reactions to it.

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