Katy and Russell Add a Little Bump to the Mile High Club

Funny story written by P.M. Wortham

Tuesday, 26 October 2010


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On route to their semi-secret Caribbean Island honeymoon destination, Russell Brand had apparently asked his private jet pilot to steer the plane through a growing hurricane out over the Atlantic, to as Russell put it, "Add a little more bump in honeymoon bumping ugly activities".

While the newlyweds got busy in the rear of the jet, the pilot strapped in and steered course through the outer perimeter of the storm, enough to cause severe turbulence for nearly 20 minutes. "Nothing like a little forced zero G, followed by a huge updraft to help our groom drive that hammer home", said pilot and former Rolling Stones Roadie, Julian 'Sparks' McCoy.

The couple arrived at an undisclosed commercial airport in the Carribbean both bruised and reportedly smiling. On lookers thought they heard Russell comment, "I've never ventured that far down the rabbit hole my dear", while Katy only smiled in return.

"Quite inventive that Russell dude", said McCoy. "On the way home they've already asked me to find another storm to fly through so they can repeat the experience, though I'd highly advise against oral sex just in case we take a big bump. It isn't the sort of tip I'd like to receive after a flight, if you know what I mean."

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