Gerard Depardieu pissed in the aisle of a plane

August 17, 2011 | Uncategorized | editor | 0 Comments

Not only was Gerard Depardieu so drunk when he boarded a flight from Paris to Dublin last night that he took his dick out in front of everyone and pissed down the aisle, but they hadn’t even taken off yet. They had barely even left the gate. There was like a 15 minute window between getting on the plane and being able to walk around and use the bathroom, and as soon as that began he instantly gave up and started pee’ing on everything around him.

Awesome, right?

The Daily Mail says…

The drunk 63-year-old actor called out ‘I need to piss, I need to piss’ as the flight was preparing for take-off.
But cabin crew told him that because the plane was taxiing to the runway he would have to wait until they were airborne and the seat-belts signs had been turned off.
So instead, he stood up, unzipped, and relieved himself in the cabin – to the horror of fellow passengers.

They also provide an eyewitness account, thankfully.

‘An air hostess told him he’s had to wait 15 minutes until we were in the air and he could leave his seat.
‘She told him there was nothing she could do until then and that he would have to hold it in.
‘But he replied that he couldn’t wait, then he just stood up and urinated on the floor.’

And if being forced to dodge his pee wasn’t enough to annoy the other passengers, the plane then had to turn around and get cleaned, causing a 2 hour delay. When Southwest Airlines heard that, they said, “wait, they cleaned the plane just because of urine on the seats? What are they, OCD? It’s not an operating room.”

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