A spokesperson for Facebook has confirmed that a ‘LOOK AT ME I’M AT THE FUCKING AIRPORT’ button will shortly be available for users on iOS and Android. 

Using the service’s geolocation feature, Facebookers will be able to tap a single button and scan their boarding pass to give their friends an instant terminal check-in and route map with the capitalised headline ‘LOOK AT ME I’M AT THE FUCKING AIRPORT.’

The button will only be visible while the user is located within an airport building, or when the phone’s camera detects a £17.95 Full English or two girlies having ‘drinkies before takeoff.’

Facebook user Michelle Garridge told Southend News Network that she worried that the social media network wouldn’t allow the all-capital headline to be eye-catching enough.

She said: ‘Surely there’s one kind of way that the status update could be made to flash and emit an ear-piercing screech on everyone else’s phones to let them know that they need to look at my post because I’m at the fucking airport?’

‘If they could also automate the ‘annnnnnnnd relax’ photo of my suitcase on the hotel bed that would be great as well.’

We asked Michelle if there are any other ways that Facebook could make life easier for people on holiday.

She said: ‘Perhaps some kind of automatic half-hourly status update that apologies to my friends list for not posting as much as usual because the roaming is shite – that would literally and figuratively be like a total lifesaver.’

A spokesperson for Facebook confirmed that as part of the update, people landing at London Southend Airport would be offered the ‘I’m Safe’ button to put their friends and family at ease.