|Quoting Bennett123 (Reply 5):|
Perhaps we should have a separate "urination and other misconduct" forum
We already have one; it's called "Non-Aviation" topics...........we discuss EVERYTHING there !
[quote=CuriousFlyer,reply=6]They did well kicking him out of the flight. Hopefully Air France will ban him until he issues an apology and pays for the damage.
My thoughts exactly !
[quote=AR385,reply=7]Gérard Depardieu is famous anyway for behaving like an ass in public and having a high regard of himself, so this is just typical of him.
While I have very little knowledge of this "guy", I know "the type" well; I tend to agree.
[quote=PlaneAdmirer,reply=8]No offense, but for a condition that serious there are adult diapers as alternative to a public bowel movement. For someone to know he has such a condition and not be prepared for it isn't the airlines nor the other passengers fault nor should it be their expense.
That's exactly what I was thinking about.
[quote=YULWinterSkies,reply=12]No-fly list for Gerard would be justice. This douchebag can afford to fly in his own jet anyway. I may not share some a.netters' opinions on systematic severe sanctions for airplane trouble makers, but in the case of VIPs, I'm however all in favor of zero tolerance.
I hope the pax can find a way to sue that jerk for the inconvenience caused to them by the delay.
I can't think of another cause of delay that would upset me as much.
Best reply so far ! I agree whole-heartedly !
As always, almost everyone has a slightly different "slant" on this topic;
I'm not sure just what "IBS" means, but: 4 yrs ago, after being diagnosed with prostate cancer, I had a "brachytherapy" procedure performed. For the first few years "post-op", when I had "the urge", I had very little time to get to the "proper place"; I did have to fly a few times. Each time, just prior to boarding, I went to the lav, "drained out", and donned an "incontinence product"; and each time, happily, I didn't need to use it. No fuss, no muss, no "big scene", and no problem. Now, 4 yrs "in", I still have certain "issues"................without fail, every time I pull up to a fuel stop, and attempt to put fuel in my vehicle, I ALWAYS am obliged to stop, run to the lav, then run back out and continue filling my tank. Same thing when I'm driving 200 miles home from Chicago; I can drive 200 miles with no problem; but the minute I pull into my driveway..............I rarely have time to make it to the front door; so I now have an "emergency zone" near the driveway, ( consisting of a few "bushy" cedar trees ) There is ALWAYS an "alternative" if one "plans ahead". ( and that's my HO
Stupidity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result; Albert Einstein