Mark Kropf said he was waiting to board United Airlines Flight 934 out of Newark when “the pilot came out and asked for everyone’s patience, and shared where the plane came from and that the plane needed extra help repairing and cleaning the interior.”
“Another 30 minutes passed and the gate agent told us it was the Giants that destroyed the biz class cabin, and we saw service personnel walking countless seat cushions off the plane,” Kropf, a tech company employee from Brooklyn, wrote in a message via Twitter.
“Upon entering the business class cabin, the cleaning scent only partially masked the alcohol smell. I had popcorn, chewing tobacco and other food crumbs on my seat.”
Online flight records show the Boeing 767-400 had arrived in Newark from Green Bay, Wis., where Big Blue got drubbed by the Packers, 38-13, in a wildcard playoff game Sunday.
It was the Giants’ first playoff game since winning Super Bowl XLVI in 2012.
Gordon Allott, president and CEO of the BroadPeak tech firm, emailed The Post from inside the plane while waiting for takeoff.
“We are about 2.5 hours delayed. We were told the Giants had this plane last night and trashed it. Which is the cause of the delay,” he wrote.
Allott later tweeted his outrage, fuming: “The @Giants are poor losers. #UA934.”