We've curated a list of romances that break free of the typical fare of humans falling in love. Get some streaming picks. Visit our Black History Month section. Howard Ratner Adam Sandler is a once successful New York gems dealer whose gambling addiction has left his family and career in shambles, and him hundreds of thousands in debt. Always looking for the next big bet, Howard thinks he finally hit it big when he discovers a rare uncut rock of Ethiopian gems, with a very interested high-profile buyer. But the closer Howard gets to finally winning big, the more he is forced to realize he can't keep running from the consequences of his actions.
Helicopter Pilot Who Engaged in a Sex Act While Flying Denied License Renewal
Pilot Loses License Flying the Too-Friendly Skies | WIRED
If you're gonna lose your pilot's license, David Keith Martz has found a great way to do it, even though there is no specific rule against having sex in the cockpit. Martz lost his appeal to regain the flight certificate he lost after engaging in a little, um, in-flight entertainment with Swedish porn star Puma Swede NSFW. Although the airborne hanky-panky occurred almost four years ago, the Federal Aviation Administration didn't get wind of it until earlier this year when the gossip site TMZ broke the story and then posted a video NSFW of the two in action. That's Swede in a frame grab from the video at right. The feds were not happy and yanked Hartz's license. The year-old pilot appealed.
Tommy Lee Pilot's Bumpy Landing
The FAA investigated after the videotaped sexcapade was made available online Excerpt Read more at ihatethemedia. Uggh, guilty, looks like Paris Hilton in 30 years At least HE was flying the Chopper at the time, altough gosh, he may have had it on autopilot!
The Los Angeles City Attorney's Office charged David Keith Martz, 49, Monday with one misdemeanor count each of reckless operation of an aircraft, landing an aircraft on a public road in this case the block of Wattles Drive and landing an aircraft without a permit. Authorities said that the LAPD's Air Support Division spotted Martz's helicopter hovering around the area where Lee was holed up and tried to radio the pilot, who didn't respond. Once Martz had landed and headed into the requisite house, officers approached and informed him he had landed illegally. Then officers watched as Martz, Lee and two other people got back into the helicopter and flew south. They returned to the scene two hours later where, once again, Martz landed in the street.