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Passenger Urinates In Aisle, Diverts Flight

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posted on Nov, 26 2005 @ 10:00 PM
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Stories like this allways kill me. What is it about people who are drunk on airplanes that causes them to do stupid things like this?

I have been around my fair share of drunks, and I have never came across one that had the need to urinate in the middle of a public place for all to see.

At ball games there are allways plenty of drunken people around me, never have I seen one stand up in their seat and take care of business right then and there.

Same holds true for all of the bars and nightclubs that I have been to, never seen anything like that happen, never.

Could someone please tell me please what it is about air travel and alcohol that causes some people to do some of the most bizzarre things? In a lot of these cases the offender will have had only consumed a couple of drinks and then......they just go friggin crazy. What gives?


CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- An intoxicated passenger who lit a cigarette and urinated in the aisle led pilots to divert a United Airlines flight from Orlando to Washington, D.C., an airline spokeswoman said.

The man, whose name the airline declined to release, was taken off flight 1502 in Charlotte and questioned by police,


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posted on Dec, 12 2005 @ 04:20 PM
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I wonder if his drunkenness was the result of having consumed alchahol on the plane. If so, I'm wondering why the air hostesses allowed him to drink as much he must have to be in such a state.

Nevertheless, its a pretty funny story, in some strange way. I had a guy puke in an isle once, but I think he just had motion sickness. I would have hated being the guy next to him recieving the collateral.



posted on Dec, 12 2005 @ 04:23 PM
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Well, that ought to learn him ...
Getting drunk i would think is bad enough but not to be able to hold your (liquid) is...disgusting.

:shk:



posted on Dec, 12 2005 @ 07:32 PM
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Somehow I get the feeling that this guy could have drank the same amount of alcahol anywhere else and there wouldn't have been any problems. But for some reason you get them on a plane and all hell breaks loose. I don't know, it's funny and very, very strange at the same time.

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posted on Dec, 18 2005 @ 12:39 AM
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This isn't surprising. Drunk people do strange stuff all the time.



posted on Dec, 18 2005 @ 10:45 AM
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No doubt about, drunk people do stupid things all the time. But there have been so many cases where people have never had any history of bizarre or erratic behavior in the past and then they get on a plane and they start wigging out.

Like in this case I would wager that the guy has never had any history of doing strange or stupid things while he drinks.



posted on Dec, 18 2005 @ 06:22 PM
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That's one of the most messed up things I've ever heard of someone drunk actually doing. Yuck! Even R. Kelly waited to not be on a plane, before he those "bad tapes". Yuck! Also, Yuck! to his stupid tapes.



posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 05:07 AM
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Text wonder if his drunkenness was the result of having consumed alchahol on the plane. If so, I'm wondering why the air hostesses allowed him to drink as much he must have to be in such a state.


sorry Modulus but thats the sort of comment that allows these retards to walk away scott free in court when up on a charge for pathetic human behaviour.

Unless your a child or mentally ill, a persons actions are their own resposibility, everyone should be aware and resposible for their own stupidity, even when under the influence, the stewardess would probably have come in for more flack if she had refused to serve this guy alcohol.

Nothing personal but im sure you see my point?

Regards.



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