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(PIX11) – South Korea based Asiana Airlines is considering legal action against the feds and the San Francisco TV station KTVU for what it called the “inaccurate and offensive” names of the pilots of Flight 214 that aired Friday.

The bogus names spelled out phrases phonetically like “something wrong” and “we too low.”

National Transportation Safety Board officials say a summer intern confirmed the names by mistake.

The airline issued a statement calling KTVU’s report demeaning, and ruinous to the company and the pilots’ reputations.

KTVU and the NTSB have apologized for the embarrassment.

The Boeing 777 Asiana flight crash-landed at San Francisco international airport last Saturday, killing three and injuring more than a hundred more.