Chris Hughes slammed for asking for refund on EasyJet flight after holiday cancellation

Chris Hughes has come under fire from fans after asking for a refund on his holiday, which has been cancelled amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The 27 year old was due to fly to Portugal next week, but with more countries going into lockdown by the day, Chris will no longer be able to travel.

Love Island star Chris took to Twitter to ask the low-cost airline for money back on his cancelled flight, but some of his followers were less than impressed with his request.

In front of his 513,000 followers, the hunk wrote: "Hi @easyjet I was supposed to be flying to Portugal next Tuesday, obviously this isn't happening now, so any idea on refunds or updates please?"

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One appalled fan wrote to the star: "You don’t need a refund on an Easy Jet flight and if you do get one, you should donate it to charity."

A second added: "I feel like the celebrities should stop thinking about themselves and all the holiday they now don’t get to go on there are people that are dying, Kim. Maybe put the money to a food bank? Or help an elderly neighbour? Or donate some of their money to any better cause?"

Another wrote: "Think you'll find they are pretty busy at the moment! Wait like the rest of us for updates."

With a fourth chiming: "Have a day off, people who work for easyJet i.e air hostesses are not getting paid but you want your cheap flight refunded."

However, the airline were more than happy to help, with a member of the team replying: "Hey Chris, if you use this link it will allow you to view all your options," alongside the website.

It comes after Chris hit out at a social media prankster who tried to message him pretending to be his girlfriend Jesy Nelson.

He wrote: "Okay this is odd. Imagine believing I might fall for this being my actual girlfriend.

"'Oh yeah hi babe, sorry expected you to text me not message me on Twitter, this is different but how you doing, you okay?'"

He also uploaded a screenshot of the messages he was sent by the account, named 'JesyNel43546316'.

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The first message from the hoaxer read simply read: "Morning babe".

The fake account then reached out 10 hours later, saying: "babe come on and chat with me".

Fans of the Little Mix singer soon sympathised with the hunk, claiming they have also received message from fake accounts.

While Little Mix as a group have an official Twitter page, none of the individual members have a public account.

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