Everyone who’s listened knows Ryanair and its CEO, Michael O’Leary, are no fans of Brexit. But that hasn’t stopped the Irish discount airline from using Theresa May to sell tickets.

When the U.K. prime minister bounded onstage to deliver her post-Brexit vision at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham on Wednesday — awkwardly strutting to Abba’s “Dancing Queen” — the carrier’s social media team got to work.

The result:

https://twitter.com/Ryanair/status/1047442641573568512

Ryanair Twitter post

Ryanair is a master of tongue-in-cheek social-media advertising, famously tweaking rival Aer Lingus, the German soccer team, and even O’Leary himself.

While this one was at May’s expense, the airline took some daggers too. A follower replied with a snarky riff complaining about Ryanair’s handling of canceled-flight compensation. It’s rough out there.

–With assistance from Benjamin Katz.

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Photo Credit: Shown here is the UK prime minister Theresa May briefly dancing to Abba's Dancing Queen before giving a speech to her party conference on Wednesday. Ryanair used a clip of her dance moves to help sell plane tickets. Bloomberg