Gerard Depardieu Sorry

August 18, 2011 by staff 

Gerard Depardieu SorryGerard Depardieu Sorry, Gerard Depardieu entourage said he tried to urinate in a bottle, “as discreetly as possible” while on a flight, and said he was “sorry” that spilled some on the carpet of the plane.
The French actor was captured on a short flight from Paris to Dublin after the seatbelt sign was turned on for takeoff. With the baths closed, 62 years old, called “I have to pee, I have to pee.” But the cabin crew said no.

So the big star of Cyrano de Bergerac, Jean de Florette and Green Card decides to take matters into their own hands. It means the movie star rose from his seat and tried to relieve themselves in an empty bottle in the back of the plane, but also urinated on the floor.

While the scene may have brought the house down in the French cinema, the real-life incident did not raise a laugh on Tuesday of angry passengers of the airline’s Dublin-based Jet, they said Mr. Depardieu’s antics has meant the plane grounded for two hours while the staff of carpet cleaning.

The French star, who was traveling with two companions, was thrown into the flight with her luggage and told another book.

Friends of the actor said he was “completely sober”, but desperate to relieve himself. At first he said he had to wait 15 minutes, but then due to congestion on the track, he was informed he would have to endure another 20 minutes, they said.

Given its “irresistible urge” its two traveling companions, including French actor Edouard Baer, offered him an empty bottle as a last resort.

He said he had no choice but to use it, but did so “without any provocation and after making sure he was not seen.”

A small amount of urine spilled on the floor, the actor offered to clean himself, saying he was “sorry” for any inconvenience caused, they said.

“No action or they beckoned and he had the feeling of incomprehension and the uncompromising attitude of the hostess were understood by their partners,” they said.

One passenger told France’s Europe 1 radio outraged, “Mr. Depardieu is up, shouting ‘I have to pee, I have to pee” when the plane was headed to the track.

“The stewardess replied: ‘sorry, you must wait 15 minutes until we are in the air, everyone is bound, the bathrooms are closed, I can not do anything for you.”

“He said, ‘No, I can not wait.” He got up and did it in the ground.

“The housewife was surprised, but nothing was said – it was all done with kindness.”

“Mr. Depardieu sat down again, and returned to the parking space plane.”

Passengers said he was “outraged” by an actor who “thinks is not like others, must respect its rules. One might have expected a couple of minutes.”

Jet City confirmed that an incident occurred but declined to name the person involved.

On Twitter, CityJet chose to see the funny side of the incident.

“As you may have seen on the news, we are busy cleaning the floor of one of our planes this morning…” read one message first.

A second reading: “We would also like to remind all passengers that our aircraft are fully equipped with sanitary facilities…”

Mr. Depardieu said agent refused to comment on the incident.

This is not the famous food and first contact tempestuous lover of the star came with controversy.

In 2005, smoking in a talk shows on BBC Jonathan Ross, and brand his countrymen a lot of “idiots.” Later that same year he knocked a paparazzo with a header after he was photographed with a partner.

Last year, he called a television reporter a woman “btch” after she asked a question about his deceased son, Guillaume, then nicknamed his fellow French male actors “narcissistic” and “complacent”. A real actor, said he was someone who “has vomit on it, it stinks, you just sht a little scary.”

Then, created a furor last August by the brand Oscar-winning French actress Juliette Binoche a “nothing” and a “nobody.”

This provoked a fierce response by French actors, one of whom, Annie Duperey said: “GĂ©rard Depardieu talks trash at this stage of his fame and drunkenness he thinks that anything goes.

“He was a great actor, but he should shut up.”

Mr. Depardieu was chosen third in France, the most annoying celebrity in a poll of 2010, behind the first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and film star Alain Delon.

Although hailed as a genius in his prime, has often been criticized for agreeing to appear in a number of failures. In fact, recently admitted: “I have done 200 films, of which 150 were sht.”

He had disputes epic, the audience with his son Guillaume, who died three years ago and who described her father as a “coward, cheat and negligent” in his autobiography, Tout Donner (Giving all).

In a talk show in May, is repeated again and again in slurred speech, “I am a piece of junk.”

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