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In-flight Sex Act Strips Pilot Of License

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Helicopter pilot allows porn star to perform sex act on him while flying

April 8, 2009 - 1:22PM

A US judge says a commercial helicopter pilot videotaped in a sex act while flying over San Diego committed gross negligence and cannot have his licence back.


National Transportation Safety Board administrative law Judge William Mullins upheld a Federal Aviation Administration order revoking the licence of David Martz after a hearing on Tuesday.


Martz had no comment after the ruling.


A passenger was videotaping when Martz let an adult film actress perform a sex act on him during the 2005 flight, and an edited version eventually became public.


The judge watched the unedited tape in chambers and took testimony before his decision.


Martz testified that his actions were unwise and he was much more responsible now.









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..... but the link to the video is ?



Sounds like the old story from I believe an Okanagan 212 or possibly Shirley- with SCAS of course - where the video cam scans the dash at a little over 5000 ft then pans back to the back seat so that you see no one in the cockpit then it pans down to show the person with the camera getting ...... well you know!!


I know a couple of people have seen this vid!

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where the video cam scans the dash at a little over 5000 ft then pans back to the back seat


Mile High Club???


Definately happened back in the 60s when the crew of a major US airline were caught playing "high diddle diddle". An FAA inspector on board went into the cockpit at obviously the wrong time. FAA made them pull all the autopilots from their L188s (Electra).



Company I worked for in the 70s got some of these a/c and we had to re-install the A/P.

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