It seems that Ryan Reynolds got an unexpected surprise while flying on Delta 1717 yesterday, an A319 flight from LaGuardia (LGA) to New Orleans (MSY). “About two-thirds of the way into the flight, a young lady in front of him in 1D vomited toward her window, which then spewed back all over Ryan in 2D,” a source told Radar Online. “She had clearly had too much to drink, causing her to be sick.” Witnesses said Ryan remained calm and removed the garment. “They tried to pretend like nothing happened,” the source said of Ryan and his wife, Blake Lively. “The vomiting was quiet, and I think they were all going to try to just hide what happened, but the smell was rancid!” Ryan and Blake were allowed to deplane first, upon landing in New Orleans…
In other in-flight bad behavior news, two passengers were each fined $250 yesterday for engaging in oral sex in front of other passengers on an Allegiant Air flight from Medford, Oregon (MFR), to Las Vegas (LAS). According to an FBI affidavit, “passengers on the Allegiant Air flight last June saw one passenger exposing his genitals and twice joining a fellow female passenger in oral sex and other acts despite warnings from flight attendants”. The affidavit states that the two passengers were allegedly asked to stop by an attendant and did so during the drink and snack service, but later repeated the sex acts before landing. One of the passengers complained to an attendant that “this is not the sex education I wanted to give my teenage sons,” according to the criminal complaint. The pair were arrested by Las Vegas police officers after the flight. Full story at the Oregon Mail Tribune.
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