Do you sing in the shower?? In the car?? Well not on a plane! Seriously! A lady was just taken off of a flight, causing it to make an emergency landing, because of her...singing. Was it that she was singing Whitney Houstons I will always love you? A song that admittedly you either love or hate. Was it that she didn't sound good in her song? Well, no one is totally sure. The one thing that is clear tho....No singing on the plane. Wait til you hit the terminal instead I guess!
Check out the story here!
As it turns out, it may be easier to get kicked off an airplane than you think. In addition to wearing improper attire, swearing loudly and fighting with fellow passengers, singing a famous song – badly – can have you escorted off by officers during an emergency landing.
This is what happened when a woman refused to stop singing Whitney Houston's rendition of "I Will Always Love You" on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to New York on Thursday.
According to the Daily Mail, the woman was escorted off the plane in handcuffs. Because of her disruption, officials diverted the six-hour flight and the pilot was forced to make an emergency landing in Kansas City.
A Kansas City airport official told a local TV station that the woman, whose identity has not yet been revealed, was handcuffed by an air marshal who was already on board the flight and removed from the plane for being disruptive and interfering with the flight crew.
Her motive for singing the bittersweet love song is unclear; perhaps she was going through a difficult break up, or maybe she was hoping to launch her singing career. Whatever the case, it was not appreciated by her fellow passengers or the cabin crew
ANGELINA JOLIE has revealed that she had both breasts removed after her doctor told her she had a high risk of breast cancer. Obviously, she had them surgically reconstructed. She says, quote, "I do not feel any less of a woman. I feel empowered that I made a strong choice that in no way diminishes my femininity." She also praised BRAD PITT for supporting her through the whole thing.
Not to put anything on non-moms, nothing wrong with that at all!! I am just saying....that moms can relate...to each other, even when we don't know each other!
I recall when Rissa was still in diapers, getting ready to move to training pants and potty training, being in the diaper isle at the store and striking up a conversation about potty training and certain products with another woman...a mom...that I didn't know at all, but we talked and laughed about it for a good 10 minutes.
We all go thru stuff with our kids and can relate to other moms going thru the same thing.
This actually came to mind after purusing my FB page and seeing that my sister in law had posted pictures of her little guy - a big 3 year old - with a bandage on his forehead and blood down his face. He had taken a fall on a sidewalk...a hard one obviously...and ended up getting 5 stitches in his forehead.
Poor guy. And Poor mom too. Thats not easy to go thru on the Moms end of things either.
Ella had fallen down some stairs when she was around 2 and ended up having to get some stitches in her forehead ( yeah, she has a slight scar still) It was only 4 stitches, but still....I recall them all. She was at an urgent care and of course I stayed with her trying to keep her calm and ended up singing her bedtime song to her to calm her down while the doctors put the stitches in ( they were incredibly nice to both her and me!). And afterwards, she had a stack of stickers to play with and I had a good cry on the phone with my Mom!! :)
But its funny how we can all share the feelings and relate, even if we aren't just right there.
Its just a Mom thing...and its a good one.