If it’s a full flight, it’s probably quite an urgent thing for the guy in the seat next to him.....
@Nellybert , i dunno, I could think of worse company
@Nellybert , Plus, the bladder and bowels relax upon death.
@FalconHalo, So sit him on the shjtter. Some of us have hookers to bang in Vegas. I MEAN....catch my connecting flight in Vegas to go visit my family...
@JAMA, Fair point.
@Nellybert , at least he ain’t hogging the arm rest
While we are being insensitive, he used "there" instead of "their".
@spongeblade, it's a term for outgoing flights, as opposed to returning flights which would be "here" flights.
@mans laughter, But then, wouldn't they have said their there connections?
@Martian Manhunter , they COULD have, but it's generally understood that each person's connections belong to them.
I mean if the flight was returning him back to his home destination, and you emergency stop, you’re going to have to put him on another flight there anyway. Move him over to where the flight attendants sit, his next flight are you going to load him in with the baggage?
He right, you ain’t coming back from ded
“Sir, I’m gonna need you to put that tray table up. Sir?”
Cruise ships don’t make emergency port because someone dies, they have an onsite morgue. Handle the remains with respect and decency, and finish the flight.
"If hes dead, we're not just gonna stop to drop off some luggage are we?"
- Tom Segura (to that effect)