Friday, January 4, 2013

Photo of the day - drunk Icelander gagged on plane

from iheartchaos

Icelandic guy gets drunk and rowdy on a flight, so the passengers taped him to his seat
On a flight from Reykjavik to New York, a passenger got totally shitfaced, attacked a female passenger and started screaming that the plane was going down. So his fellow passengers duct taped his dumb ass to his chair for the rest of the flight. TCB.


I blame the airlines. With smoking banned some people are bound to get a little uptight. This guy is bound to become an internet meme. Fortunately for him the following fellow is probably gonna beat him to it with the help of 53 terrible jokes in 4 mins. Now it should be said that back in the 70's many stand up comedians made careers out of this kind of material. Of course they dragged their act out over the course of ten or even 25 minutes.

There now wasn't that a treat? It was quick, if not necessarily painless. If you want more then here are some handy links.

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