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    Bullshido on a Plane (man tries to open plane door midflight)

    I can't believe this hasn't been posted yet! This guy reminds me of the retard that sells those weird tapes of him in his basement with the rounds and stuff. Someone post that video!


    Jet passenger tries to open door in midair
    POSTED: 5:27 a.m. EDT, September 13, 2006
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    CHANTILLY, Virginia (AP) -- A man wearing military fatigues and throwing punches into the air tried to open the exit door of a jet during a cross-country flight on Tuesday night, airline officials and passengers said.

    United Airlines Flight 890 from Los Angeles landed as scheduled at Washington Dulles International Airport at 8:35 p.m., said Amy Kudwa, a Transportation Security Administration spokeswoman. No one was injured.

    Ken Wolfenberger, of Whittier, California, who was on the flight, told The Associated Press in a telephone interview that he helped subdue the unruly passenger. The man wore patches on his fatigues with special forces and jujitsu champion logos, Wolfenberger said.

    The man had been acting strangely for about 20 minutes, then sat up, wrapped belts around his hands and threw punches into the air, Wolfenberger said.

    Wolfenberger said he heard a flight attendant yell for help and tell the man, "Sir, get your hand off the handle."

    "Any time you hear a flight attendant shout 'please help,' you worry that something pretty bad is going to happen," he said.

    Wolfenberger said the man was held down and punched by other passengers as he grabbed the man's leg. Air marshals then came and took custody of the man.

    The passenger became unruly about 31/2 hours into the flight, said United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy.

    "After the passenger was restrained, the pilot decided to land at Dulles," McCarthy said. "It wasn't an emergency landing."

    Airport police and FBI agents met the flight and were interviewing the passenger, said FBI spokeswoman Debbie Wierman.

    There were 138 passengers and six crew members on board, McCarthy said.

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    Ryan Gracie tried this once.

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    You beat me to it . . . was going to post.

    What a psycho. Glad his jujitsu was not T3H D34DLY!

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    BJJ Loses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by odacon
    BJJ Loses?

    Uhhh, yeah!

    There were multiple attackers of course....... ( but there could have been some lava and broken glass on the floor of the plane :icon_wink)

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    Did he take acid at or around the time of takeoff?

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    They should have let him open the door, would have helped the gene pool.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    Ryan Gracie tried this once.
    Story?

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    I thought he got his name legally changed to Tyson Gracie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Bait
    Uhhh, yeah!

    There were multiple attackers of course....... ( but there could have been some lava and broken glass on the floor of the plane :icon_wink)
    Proof that BJJ is only good on the ground, it's useless in the air.
    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by jnp
    That is exactly what I meant sdave. You are dead on, as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdave
    Proof that BJJ is only good on the ground, it's useless in the air.
    Sounds like he should have trained reality based aikido in a telephone booth, for real realism-ness.:sad1:

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