A strange story today emerging about an Air Canada Boeing 767 co-pilot being removed from the flight after suffering a breakdown while in mid-air.
Apparently he was so bad that he had to be forcibly removed from crew members and even one of the passengers, as he began to call for God's intervention.
Talking to God is one thing, but maybe not at 30,000 feet!!!
Why not? That's 30,000 feet closer to him....
I'm a conscientious man... when I throw rocks at seabirds I leave no tern unstoned. (Ogden Nash)
Et nom de dieu! C'est triste Orly la dimanche (Jacques Brel)
Very true, maybe he was looking for divine intervention to help him land
It could be this co-pilot lived way up north in Canada, if so his reaction is quite understandable as it ain't half depressing up there at this time of year.
Everyone walked away.
Spike Milligans, grave stone: I told you I was ill.....