Is Ashton Kutcher back at it with Punk’d? One might think so with the new details emerging about the two RIM execs (now fired) who got totally wasted on an Air Canada flight to Beijing. George Campbell, 45, and Paul Alexander Wilson, 38, each pleaded guilty to mischief for disrupting the Air Canada flight, which was estimated to cost over $200,000 in damages.
Some new documents surrounding the incident describe what almost appears as something straight out of a comedy film. “They drank, passed out, and woke up to continue consuming alcohol and yelling at one another,” recounts one passenger. Campbell was said to be the most hostile passenger, who at one point warned he’d “off people when they left the plane.”
It gets even better. One of the flight attendants said Campbell later lay belly-down in the aisle during the ordeal, and began kicking the floor like a little baby. After one of the men assaulted a flight attendant and threatened to punch another, the men where some how subdued and handcuffed with plastic restraints and tape. However, they eventually “chewed their way through their restraints.” The pilots had enough and diverted the flight to Vancouver, Canada where the two RIM execs were then apprehended by authorities.