FAA Skydiving Stunt Didn’t Violate Rules
October 29, 2011 by staff
FAA Skydiving Stunt Didn’t Violate Rules, The Federal Aviation Administration says a sex video skydiving stunt did not result in a violation of the regulations and the pilot is not distracted during the incident in Kern County.
“The FAA inspector looked into this incident determined that did not result in violations of Federal Aviation Regulations,” said FAA spokesman Ian Gregor Thursday. “The pilot stated that the act does not distract or interfere with any of its functions, and the evidence available confirms this video story.”
The video shows skydiving instructor part-time po*n star and Alex Torres and hope Skydive Taft Howell receptionist sex in the plan and after jumping.
Howell said he has no regrets about the tape. He said some things that have been reported about the trick is simply not true.
Howell said he wants to tell his version of events on the tape. She said it is something we decided to do on a slow day at Skydive Taft.
“My adrenaline was running. I was so excited. I was pumped. I was ready to be released,” said Howell.
Torres and Howell hopes to grab the attention of national shock Howard Stern athlete. Howell said he spoke of “The Howard Stern Show” on 14 October.
“I’m glad I did. I would not trade for anything, and did draw the attention of Howard Stern – our target group in general,” said Howell.
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