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Anderson Cooper Laughter

August 19, 2011 by Post Team 

Anderson Cooper LaughterAnderson Cooper Laughter, Anderson Cooper is known for having some fun during his “Ridiculist” segment “Anderson Cooper 360.”

Well, Wednesday night, the Silver Fox lost, and could not control the laughter after he joked about the French actor Gerard Depardieu, who is accused of urinating on a plane. He lost control after joking: “At least not Depard-doo.”

“Sorry, that made me laugh every time I read it,” Cooper said of his joke, before laughing a storm with others in the study.

The veteran broadcaster continued to laugh and had to wipe away the tears after his puns many made him laugh so hard he could not speak.

While trying to regain her composure, Cooper repeated his joke before being consumed by the laughter again.

“I’m sorry that this has never happened to me,” said the laughing fit that lasted about 57 seconds.

Depardieu, the source of jokes Cooper was allegedly launched a CityJet flight after he got up and urinated on the floor after the cabin crew, said the actor who could not use the bathroom because the plane was on the runway awaiting takeoff.

A passenger on the plane was interviewed in France’s Europe-1 radio, which said his plane was delayed almost two hours due to the incident. “I have to pee, I have to pee,” said the actor, according to the passenger.

The airline took to Twitter to address the issue, saying: “As you may have seen on the news, we are busy cleaning the floor of one of our planes this morning…”

And I also wanted to give a useful reminder, telling his followers on Twitter, “We would also like to remind all passengers that our aircraft are fully equipped with sanitary facilities…”

As Cooper was able to regroup to finish the four-minute segment, but not before the enchanted world with the laughter of CA.

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