Thursday, September 28, 2006

Fight Breaks Out Over Smelly Passenger

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American Airlines Flight 918 was en route to Miami from Lima, Peru, when a Japanese man didn't think the passenger should be using an iPod in flight and complained that he smelled. He then poured perfume on the man, poured water on himself and vomited in the aisle.

The Flight attendants were able to basically keep both apart for the remainder of the flight. Once they got here, the crew did notify Miami-Dade police who greeted both men upon arrival.

American Airlines denied boarding the Japanese man a day earlier because he had been behaving strangely. (Well, it turned out they were right)

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Ear Full - Mike Tyson Would Be Jealous

Irate Italian musician, Raffaele Artesi nearly bit the ear off an Alitalia employee after he was told that he could not board his flight to Naples because it was overbooked. He was so upset he started fighting with an airport employee and in the process bit his left earlobe so hard that it was dangling from his ear. Ouch!

"After 16 years, I will certainly change job," Ruzza (Alitalia employee) was quoted as saying from hospital. "I don't want to risk my life for an overbooking."

Friday, September 22, 2006

NO Lipstick and Hair Gels Please...

Please Put Your Meat Cleaver and Nunchakus in Your Checked Baggage
The TSA website has an amusing list of items you may carry on to your flight (Nitroglycerine pills, Ostomy Scissors) and may not (swords, throwing stars, hairspray). It's very helpful if you were planning on carrying ANYTHING onboard your next flight.

I have a friend who travels for a living (NOT a flight attendant, or pilot), he FedEx his toiletries to his hotel before his trips. Just Say NO !

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Carnival 7 nts Caribbean Sale $299

Carnival Cruise Line has lowered a few Caribbean Sailings for September and October. 7 Night Caribbean Interline Rates from $299

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Kick that brat off the plane

It appears to be the first time that Air Canada has thrown a child off a plane for disruptive behaviour. Well it is about time! Just because they are kids doesn't they are allowed to behave like monsters.