Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Green Day

Monday, 5 September 2011

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Butt flashing like this on a plane, no problem, but jeans around your knees means ejection!

Green Day, US punk band, had their singer kicked off of a US plane for having his trousers dangling around his knees like most kids today.

The singer, Bille Joe Armstrong, was escorted off of the plane, but did manage to trip over several times especially whilst descending the stairs. He complained slightly, but was refused to enter again unless he pulled up his jeans because it's against safety regulations to wear one's jeans around one's knees in case of an emergency and everybody has to bolt for the doors.

This is obviously a warning for all young males wishing to fly; "pull up your jeans or be ejected!" And this incident with world famous Billie Joe has set a precedent.

Flyinair, quick to make a buck or two out of their "cheap" punters automatically introduced a "jeans around your knees tax" and all males attempting to board their flights will have their jeans measured and if they hang 10 centimetres below the waist they will have to pay a surcharge of $10 dollars an inch.

Punker, Billie Joe gave his opinion to a local trash reporter who just happened to be following him:

"Kids of the world unite, we want to flash our butts when and where we want so fuck em all even if it does mean going by boat!"

Gay stewards think it's all absurd and love the idea of young male passengers wearing their jeans around their knees and will bend over backwards to help them!

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