Monday, March 30, 2009

News from the Wire Service...

We interrupt this blog for a special report:

Yesterday, an unknown woman was caught attempting to break free from a Delta Airlines gate area in Concourse A at Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. Security cameras show a blond woman wearing cowboy boots, jeans and a tank top reading "Mess With Me and You Mess with the Whole Trailer Park" trying to pick the lock on a security door leading to the tarmac. She successfully got the door unlocked and was apprehended while trying to remove her luggage from a parked cart.

Interviewed after the incident 'Jane Doe Evans' said she just wanted to make sure her luggage got on her new flight.

An eyewitness reports strange items spilling out of her suitcase during the brawl. "All I could see was chains, watch faces, pantaloons and ---I swear---baby doll heads rolling on the ground..."

Unnamed sources tell us a discreet phone call was placed to a woman north of Atlanta. 30 minutes later a helicopter arrived on the tarmac and a petite (CUTE)YOUNGer woman was ushered to an undisclosed cubby hole. One hour later it was reported Jane Doe Evans was escorted to a first class seat on the next available flight to Houston. She was accompanied by a tall, muscular man who is to believed to be an Air Marshall. The cute younger woman was whisked back to the waiting helicopter and flown away.

The Delta Gate Agent, who wished to remain anonymous, told this reporter that the passenger Evans was 'raising all kinds of ruckus and then this cute younger woman comes in, whispers something to the Ms. Evans and then has a pow wow with the Federal Agents. Two minutes later Ms Evans was on the plane. A source close to the investigation confirms the whispering and that it involved butter pats, baby heads and ebay store of lulu redstar.

Stay tuned to the latest. And now back to this blog....


Stash said...

Now that's just funny, I don't care who ya are!

Cher said...

J. D. Evans missed the blog party, that's for sure! We wondered what held her up!

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