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Man kills himself on United flight after torching car dealership



 
 
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Old February 15th, 2006, 07:28 AM posted to rec.travel.air,rec.autos.driving,misc.consumers,alt.suicide.holiday
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Default Man kills himself on United flight after torching car dealership

Pooh Bear wrote:


The Real Bev wrote:


Pooh Bear wrote:


The Real Bev wrote:

Geoff Miller wrote:

The Real Bev writes:


That would be a bit much, but I'm sure they could have put him
in a plastic bag and stowed him in with the luggage.

How would they have gotten him there? There's no easy access to
the cargo hold from the passenger compartment of an airliner.

You mean there's NO place on one of those big planes that a body could be
stashed temporarily? I find that hard to believe.

Empty space = lost revenue. I hope that explains !


THINK -- nobody is going to pay to be stuffed into a storage cabinet for 6
hours even for 1/10 the price.



Hmmm.............

Yous ure about that ? ;-)

Graham


I am sure people would be willing to pay money for a horizontal "storage
cabinet" to sleep for a few hours. That kind of reminds me of a
Japanese hotel I heard about many years ago.

 




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