RootsAir From Costa Rica, joined Feb 2005, 4188 posts, RR: 37 Posted (8 years 12 months 10 hours ago) and read 5877 times:
A very popular French TV presentor was the author of an incident on a CDG-JNB flight on Feb 13th . 3 charges have been made against him. In a drunken state, he proved to be very aggressive to the flight crew, made many insults, and even twice the crew has to stop him from getting into the cockpit! Apparently he also insulted other passenger and bit a stewardess so bad that she started to bleed. Still on holidays in SA, he is expected to return this weekend to CDG where the police will be waiting for him so he can explain himself!
Sorry only in French http://www.europe1.fr/informations/a...arue-pete-les-plombs-en-l-air.html
[Edited 2007-02-20 09:54:01]
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Boeing747_600 From United States of America, joined Oct 1999, 1297 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (8 years 11 months 3 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 4490 times:
According to babelfish, here's the decidedly mangled but still comprehensible English translation of the French article on the incident:
Three complaints for violences and insults were deposited by personnel flying personnel of Air France against Jean-Luc Delarue following "incidents" on a flight Paris-Johannesburg last Tuesday. The organizer will be waited Sunday in Paris by the police officers on his return of holidays. Precise details of Guillaume Biet with Nathalie Chevance did board what occur in the head from Jean-Luc Delarue on board the flight Paris-Johannesburg on last 13 February. Hostesses and stewards of this flight Air France deposited three complaints against the producing organizer of France 2 for violence and insults. In a state of intoxication, Jean-Luc Delarue would have put in danger the safety of the flight because of aggressive and abusive behavior an "against the flight crew and passengers". So aggressive that the crew would have prevented it from returning twice inside the cockpit. It would have also insulted the momentary ones. A steward would have been bitten with the arm to blood. Evoking a "serious incident", precise Air France that the hostesses owed menotter and to attach of force the organizer of television until the landing. Always on holiday in South Africa, it should be waited Sunday by police force on its return in Roissy Charles of Gaulle to be auditioned. The company of production of Jean-Luc Delarue did not wish to make any comment.