SPECTRE crew reported for drunken antics on transatlantic flight to Mexico


Crew members working on SPECTRE are reported to be under investigation after a drunken rampage in while flying to Mexico. Because the flight was near US airspace and owing to the severity of the disturbances the US Federal Aviation Administration is investigating.

The owners of the private jet chartered to fly around 150 crew from Stansted Airport complained about “intolerable behaviour” by some of those on board, which included members of the stunt team, camera crew and technicians. Behaviour included verbal abuse of aircrew, smoking, vomiting and urinating in the aisles and the removal of a pin securing a cabin door.

The charter company is alleged to have agreed to the return leg on condition no alcohol is served during the flight.

Source: Telegraph

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