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August 31, 2015


Two fighter jets were scrambled to escort a passenger jet that was forced to make an emergency landing after a woman on board allegedly became unruly over her cat.

(Thanks to Charles Cates)


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Further proof, if we needed it, that cat lovers are nuts.

Jeff: I am sure you meant to say, "Present company excluded." Ahem.

Makes one wonder how she managed to get past TSA with a live cat in her purse to board the plane. Did she use kitty drugs to subdue it? How big is her purse? One can almost imagine her saying of the fluff in her tote, "Oh, that's my sweater for vhen ve land in Russia, dahling." (Zsa Zsa style)

I believe that cat is relieved to be away from her.

so the cat was in coach ?

Castle: I definitely saved your life and you know what that means don’t you? It means you owe me.
Beckett: Owe you what?
Castle: (With increasing seductiveness) Whatever I want. And you know exactly what I want, don’t you? You know what I really, really want you to do? Never, ever call me 'Kitten.'

You need to watch out for those Mafia jet planes.

I can't believe the FBI didn't charge her with something. Maybe she really does belong to the Mafia?

This is why we need to have brigs installed in all commercial flights.

Has all the makings of a Tom Cruise movie! "Zhou-wee!!!"

"The FBI said the woman was not arrested or taken into custody, and that the incident was a 'misunderstanding'."

Wonder who she is related to. Probably not the mafia, but definitely someone with connections. Perhaps a crazy wife or child of a diplomat? Or maybe a spy with intelligence secreted within her mule-cat? No doubt she's not your average nutter.

No way would I get away with this. Not even Dave Barry, with all his presidential aspirations, could get away with this!

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