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It pays to be law abiding

On today’s, what for me, is a bonus show we heard why airline passengers were forced to encase one of their own in clingfilm and about the wanted criminal who thought he could get away with giving a false name to police even though he had a tattoo with his real name emblazoned on his neck.

Clearly not the brightest tool in the box!

I guess we’ve all heard of unruly airline passengers but passengers on a recent flight between Russia and Thailand had their journey spiced up when a drunk man tried to open the emergency exit mid-flight.

His fellow passengers eventually restrained him by wrapping him in clingfilm.

In the course of the disturbance a doctor was called, and a message over the intercom asked if people had plastic food wrap.

No less than 7 crew members and passengers had to pin the man down and encase him in pieces of clingfilm!

The pilot was then forced to make an emergency landing in Uzbekistan where the man was arrested by local police.

After a lengthy 4 hour delay the flight took off again but further excitement was provided when a fight broke out between two more drunken passengers and someone else was found to be trying to calm his nerves by smoking in the toilet.

One passenger later wrote on social media that “It is the first time when my flight is so rich in events.“Thankfully we’re all still alive to tell the tale.”

Any other airline would have shown a movie!

If you’re arrested, it’s probably not a good idea to give police a fake name, especially if your actual name is emblazoned on a tattoo across your neck.

Clearly this small problem didn’t occur to 36-year old Matthew Bushman who was interviewed by police in Illinois in connection with a forgery case they were investigating.

He was no doubt encouraged to invent a fake name and date of birth as there was an existing warrant out for his arrest.

But if his prominent tattoo was incriminating, a self-proclaimed mobster in New Zealand has the word “notorious” tattooed across most of his face in black and red.

His real name is PUK KIREKA who as a member of the MONGREL MOB has already had two stints in prison.

Unsurprisingly after his latest release from prison, KIREKA was worried that his tattoos would make it difficult for him to get a job but amazingly gym owner Robbie Gale has appointed him as a personal trainer and he now says he wants to keep to the straight and narrow.

I’ll see you again tomorrow,
Scott

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It pays to be law abiding

On today’s, what for me, is a bonus show we heard why airline passengers were forced to encase one of their own in clingfilm and about the wanted criminal who thought he could get away with giving a false name to police even though he had a tattoo with his real name emblazoned on his neck.

Clearly not the brightest tool in the box!

I guess we’ve all heard of unruly airline passengers but passengers on a recent flight between Russia and Thailand had their journey spiced up when a drunk man tried to open the emergency exit mid-flight.

His fellow passengers eventually restrained him by wrapping him in clingfilm.

In the course of the disturbance a doctor was called, and a message over the intercom asked if people had plastic food wrap.

No less than 7 crew members and passengers had to pin the man down and encase him in pieces of clingfilm!

The pilot was then forced to make an emergency landing in Uzbekistan where the man was arrested by local police.

After a lengthy 4 hour delay the flight took off again but further excitement was provided when a fight broke out between two more drunken passengers and someone else was found to be trying to calm his nerves by smoking in the toilet.

One passenger later wrote on social media that “It is the first time when my flight is so rich in events.“Thankfully we’re all still alive to tell the tale.”

Any other airline would have shown a movie!

If you’re arrested, it’s probably not a good idea to give police a fake name, especially if your actual name is emblazoned on a tattoo across your neck.

Clearly this small problem didn’t occur to 36-year old Matthew Bushman who was interviewed by police in Illinois in connection with a forgery case they were investigating.

He was no doubt encouraged to invent a fake name and date of birth as there was an existing warrant out for his arrest.

But if his prominent tattoo was incriminating, a self-proclaimed mobster in New Zealand has the word “notorious” tattooed across most of his face in black and red.

His real name is PUK KIREKA who as a member of the MONGREL MOB has already had two stints in prison.

Unsurprisingly after his latest release from prison, KIREKA was worried that his tattoos would make it difficult for him to get a job but amazingly gym owner Robbie Gale has appointed him as a personal trainer and he now says he wants to keep to the straight and narrow.

I’ll see you again tomorrow,
Scott

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It pays to be law abiding

On today’s, what for me, is a bonus show we heard why airline passengers were forced to encase one of their own in clingfilm and about the wanted criminal who thought he could get away with giving a false name to police even though he had a tattoo with his real name emblazoned on his neck.

Clearly not the brightest tool in the box!

I guess we’ve all heard of unruly airline passengers but passengers on a recent flight between Russia and Thailand had their journey spiced up when a drunk man tried to open the emergency exit mid-flight.

His fellow passengers eventually restrained him by wrapping him in clingfilm.

In the course of the disturbance a doctor was called, and a message over the intercom asked if people had plastic food wrap.

No less than 7 crew members and passengers had to pin the man down and encase him in pieces of clingfilm!

The pilot was then forced to make an emergency landing in Uzbekistan where the man was arrested by local police.

After a lengthy 4 hour delay the flight took off again but further excitement was provided when a fight broke out between two more drunken passengers and someone else was found to be trying to calm his nerves by smoking in the toilet.

One passenger later wrote on social media that “It is the first time when my flight is so rich in events.“Thankfully we’re all still alive to tell the tale.”

Any other airline would have shown a movie!

If you’re arrested, it’s probably not a good idea to give police a fake name, especially if your actual name is emblazoned on a tattoo across your neck.

Clearly this small problem didn’t occur to 36-year old Matthew Bushman who was interviewed by police in Illinois in connection with a forgery case they were investigating.

He was no doubt encouraged to invent a fake name and date of birth as there was an existing warrant out for his arrest.

But if his prominent tattoo was incriminating, a self-proclaimed mobster in New Zealand has the word “notorious” tattooed across most of his face in black and red.

His real name is PUK KIREKA who as a member of the MONGREL MOB has already had two stints in prison.

Unsurprisingly after his latest release from prison, KIREKA was worried that his tattoos would make it difficult for him to get a job but amazingly gym owner Robbie Gale has appointed him as a personal trainer and he now says he wants to keep to the straight and narrow.

I’ll see you again tomorrow,
Scott

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It pays to be law abiding

On today’s, what for me, is a bonus show we heard why airline passengers were forced to encase one of their own in clingfilm and about the wanted criminal who thought he could get away with giving a false name to police even though he had a tattoo with his real name emblazoned on his neck.

Clearly not the brightest tool in the box!

I guess we’ve all heard of unruly airline passengers but passengers on a recent flight between Russia and Thailand had their journey spiced up when a drunk man tried to open the emergency exit mid-flight.

His fellow passengers eventually restrained him by wrapping him in clingfilm.

In the course of the disturbance a doctor was called, and a message over the intercom asked if people had plastic food wrap.

No less than 7 crew members and passengers had to pin the man down and encase him in pieces of clingfilm!

The pilot was then forced to make an emergency landing in Uzbekistan where the man was arrested by local police.

After a lengthy 4 hour delay the flight took off again but further excitement was provided when a fight broke out between two more drunken passengers and someone else was found to be trying to calm his nerves by smoking in the toilet.

One passenger later wrote on social media that “It is the first time when my flight is so rich in events.“Thankfully we’re all still alive to tell the tale.”

Any other airline would have shown a movie!

If you’re arrested, it’s probably not a good idea to give police a fake name, especially if your actual name is emblazoned on a tattoo across your neck.

Clearly this small problem didn’t occur to 36-year old Matthew Bushman who was interviewed by police in Illinois in connection with a forgery case they were investigating.

He was no doubt encouraged to invent a fake name and date of birth as there was an existing warrant out for his arrest.

But if his prominent tattoo was incriminating, a self-proclaimed mobster in New Zealand has the word “notorious” tattooed across most of his face in black and red.

His real name is PUK KIREKA who as a member of the MONGREL MOB has already had two stints in prison.

Unsurprisingly after his latest release from prison, KIREKA was worried that his tattoos would make it difficult for him to get a job but amazingly gym owner Robbie Gale has appointed him as a personal trainer and he now says he wants to keep to the straight and narrow.

I’ll see you again tomorrow,
Scott

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