Drunk Russian Pilot Steals Plane
July 22, 2012
Russian authorities are scouring the Urals region for a plane that went missing from an airfield with 12 passengers believed to be on board, including a local police chief, after a drunken party.
The passengers included the traffic police chief of the town of Serov, as well as two women in their 20s and 30s, Yekaterinburg police spokesman, Valery Gorelykh, said.
“We have evidence that the people on board were in a drunken state,” he said.
The passengers boarded the plane after a party for the Russia Day national holiday, leaving empty bottles on the airfield, Komsomolskaya Pravda tabloid reported.
And, uh—they apparently haven’t found the plane or the people yet.
Last story about this I can find is from June 19:
And: no response on the people’s cell phones. Not good.
This is the type of plane we’re talking about:
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