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FAA Would Really Like to Investigate Skydiving Porn Movie

by Theta1138   October 14, 2011 at 12:00PM  |  Views: 13,115
FAA Would Really Like to Investigate Skydiving Porn Movie


Alex Torres is a porn star. While that sounds like an awesome job, it apparently doesn't pay well because he also moonlights as a skydiving instructor, which makes us wonder how often he's recognized. Anyway, he wanted to get on Howard Stern (and presumably get himself and a fellow employee fired), so he shot a clip where he starts having sex on a plane with the company's receptionist...and then jumps off the plane, while still having sex, and then continues to have sex even after the ripcord is pulled.

Now the FAA, looking for an excuse to watch it repeatedly, is looking into filing charges.

Which is weird, since the police who first heard about it decided not to press charges, since it's not illegal to have sex on a plane and since nobody actually saw them do it, they can't file public indecency charges. On the other hand, the FAA has laws against distracting a pilot, and they're looking into whether this violates those laws.

Here's what we've got to ask: first of all, considering the pilot got rooked into this via two people telling him it was OK, we haven't got the sharpest tool in the drawer here. Secondly, that's got to be the single most awkward interview ever. "So, were you distracted?" "Uhhhhh...I kept my hands to myself, sir."

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