September 10, 2010 by Post Team
Tiffany Livingston, Play Boy Tiffany Livingston forgot one of the cardinal rules of commercial airliners: in the air, the pattern of interference, beset by an anxiety attack, tried to open the door of a JetBlue plane. “She said she has been through this before, but never this bad, and I had… Their medication,” said an unspecified source Fox News. This is not the most notable example of incorrect (attempted) out of a JetBlue flight, misconduct or air. Join us as we are reunited with the other members of the Mile-High Summer 2010 Fight Club.
In August, the evil genius of Steven Slater flight attendant became enraged after a passenger allegedly called him a bstrd. ” Slater shouted a string of profanity over the aircraft PA system “For the passenger who just called me a bstrd, fck you. I’ve been in business 28 years and have had it”, before leaving through Emergency ramp, two icy blue moons in his hand. Less than an hour later, police arrested Slater at his home in Queens. Slater now persona non grata in the airline business, but fortunately, paid employment in the burgeoning sector of reality television could be on the road.
Tension and turbulence certainly not been limited to just JetBlue. Earlier this week, Gawker received a report from an informant alleging that Friday Night Lights actress Minka Kelly “caused a scene from their dog sht to be in the seat w / her that the pilot had to leave before we left the door. “Kelly’s lawyer rejected the claim that he had” a scene from hell “, saying that Kelly had paid for the privilege of taking your dog on the flight and was surprised simply to know that” the flight attendant kept Minka dog in the first class cabin during takeoff and landing due to space constraints. ”
Lest you think that the rich and famous are cool and collected, they know that private jets are so vulnerable to irrational behavior such as commercial airlines. In July, the lone genius Dave Chappelle acted so erratically on board a private jet that the plane had to make an emergency landing in Pittsburgh. The New York Post reported that allegedly refused to fix the seat belt-a moral sin of heaven, and entered the cckpit, in a touching moment arms of the pilot. Chappelle’s spokesman, said (?) That the comic had an upset stomach and toilet of the aircraft “was not the kind I needed.”
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