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RIM fires employees that forced airplane emergency landing

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Dec 2011 11:46 User comments (3)

RIM fires employees that forced airplane emergency landing RIM has fired the two employees that were so drunk and unruly on a flight to China that the plane had to make an emergency landing.
Says the company: "RIM does not condone behaviour that conflicts with applicable laws and employees are expected to act, at all times, with integrity and respect."

Original Story:

RIM has suspended its two employees after their excessive drunkeness forced a flight to make an emergency landing.

45-year-old George Campbell of Conestogo and 38-year-old Paul Alexander Wilson of Kitchener were so belligerent on a recent flight from Toronto to Beijing that the crew had to physically handcuff them to their seats before eventually detouring and settling for an emergency landing in Vancouver.

The two have also plead guilty to mischief and will have to pay the airline $71,757 in restitution for the flight delay, the landing, and the hotel rooms for all 312 passengers. The flight made it to Beijing 18 hours late after an overnight in Vancouver.

Added RIM:

Based on the limited information available at this time, RIM has suspended the individuals involved pending further investigation.

As part of their punishment, neither can use Air Canada for one year.

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3 user comments

16.12.2011 17:20

A sincerely fitting punishment!!

27.12.2011 1:41

From now on they will have to pay for their RIM jobs.



39.12.2011 15:22

Originally posted by KillerBug:
From now on they will have to pay for their RIM jobs.
LOL!!!!!!!!

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