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June 29, 2011


A Jetstar passenger who urinated in a plane aisle during a flight, spraying other passengers, has been let off with a warning.

Incredibly, alcohol appears to have been involved.

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)


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Customers are supposed to use the small plastic bag in
the seat pocket in fromt of them, as Jetstar planes have no toilets, or so I hear.

Even so, Singapore is supposed to be touch on crime.
So I'm surprised the pissing man got off with only a warning.

Or did they recognize Charlie Sheen?

Well that is a releaved.

Is "let off" a euphemism?

Jetstar sign seen at airport -

"172 1 days piss free."

Imagined notice on the safety cards:

"In event of depressurization, oxygen masks will drop
down automatically and you should attach your first, and continue to breathe normally. Then help your kids, companions, or people around you attach theirs.

In the event of full bladders, people will be spraying you with a refreshing wet mixture of water and chemicals, and it can be very entertaining.

Jetstar makes no claims of safety or dryness, and will not pay for your cleaning bill."

What is wrong with people.

Whizzing through the friendly skies at 500 knots.

He got pissed, then he pissed, then others were pissed.

Just goes to show you have to watch out for number 1

Let's see, how can the airlines make some extra money off this...?

'Tis far better to be pissed off than pissed on.

I'm assuming, of course, that he was "let off", with a warning, from an altitude of at least 27,000 feet.

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