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January 10, 2018


Jet Airways has ultimately decided to terminate the employment of two employees who got into a heated in-flight fight on New Year’s Day, during which the male co-pilot allegedly slapped his female commander and later left the cockpit completely unattended.

(Thanks to Chris Elzi)


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His lawyer's per minas "Calm down! Get ahold of yourself!" and "Otto" defenses fell through, with the prosecution remarking that surely he could not be serious.

"What's your position?"

This is what happens when there aren't enough baggies of pretzels to go around.

The tower sent an emergency call for Rex Cramer, but Shirley got it together enough to land the plane before he got there. Thankfully, neither the pilot or co-pilot ate the fish for dinner.

"...and that's when you slapped her...when she sang Carley Simon's 'You're So Vain' then taunted you by saying, 'go on and hit me with your best shot'?"

And then the stewardess on PA system:
"Is there a pilot on board? Please raise your hand."

There's something to be said for walking.

Apparently they couldn't agree on Chuck E. Cheese or Waffle House for dinner.

Cockpit fighting was a featured "entertainment" bonus on
some cheaper airlines.

"I just want to tell you both good luck. We're all counting on you."

Good thing no one ended up in the hospital. What is it? A big building with sick people, but that's not important right now.

And we have that poor boy locked in refrigerator having to eat hos own foot. The day was a real pisser.

And don't call me Shirley!

Fortunately, Kareem Abdul Jabbar was on board (under alias) and able to safely land the aircraft, which looked just like a big Tylenol.

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