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The Stagcom 1st September Round Up

CRAZY CAT LADY GETS PLANE ESCORTED BY FIGHTER JETS

A crazy lady who smuggled her kitty onto a flight between Vegas and Frankfurt caused fighter jets to be scrambled when she threatened to bring the plane down.

Flight attendants who discovered the cat put it in a lavatory for the duration of the trip. The passenger, who is apparently a model, didn't like this at all. Claiming she was a member of the mafia, who allegedly follow her 'around the world', the woman then informed crew she could have the Condor Airlines flight taken out of the sky if necessary.

Two F-16 Falcon fighter jets were scrambled to deal with the situation, and escorted the passenger jet to Denver for a safe landing. Passenger Dashenka Giraldo Tweeted 'Nothing like having an emergency landing in #Denver on a 12 hour flt to #Europe BC of crazy ladies punching stewardesses'. Seems sometimes what happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas after all.

BOND COULD BE ON THE WAY OUT

Daniel Craig has hinted he won't be playing Bond again, calling the character a 'sad, lonely, sexist misogynist'. In a killer interview with Esquire magazine, the iconic actor dropped a number of choice quotes, including:

'As a man gets older it's not a good look. It might be a nice fantasy - that's debatable - but the reality, after a couple of months...'

'I don't know if I'd like to spend much time with him.'

SPECTRE will be out in cinemas on November 6. Will it be the last outing for Bond as we know him?

AUSTRALIAN NEWS ANCHOR GIVES BEST RESPONSE EVER TO SHARK VIDEO

A terrifying video of a Great White shark leaping from the ocean caused an Australian news anchor and his co-host to give hilariously honest reactions. The pair literally had their jaws dropped by the footage, which shows the ocean's coolest predator breaching to grab bait before smashing back into the sea.

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Back to articles Date Posted: Tuesday 1st September 2015 Author: Jim Alexander