Written by Jean Le Fete

Monday, 5 September 2011

image for Back home: Strauss-Kahn arrives in French Capital, Two Stewardess, A Pilot, and One Nun Acuse Him of Copping A Feel
Air Strauss Kahn too much for Air France

In Paris, the much maligned Strauss-Kahn arrived to a cheering and jeering crowd of people. But before he could even step off the plane, word came that Air France would be launching an investigation of Mr Dominique Strauss-Kahn's behavior during the flight.

"The little putz sat next to me and kept patting me on the knee," said sister Maria De Farquad, "At first I thought he was just trying to calm me down, because it was my first flight, but then he started talking about the Mile High Club."

"Monica and I were talking in the Galley before serving in-flight cocktails. Mr Kahn came up behind us and....well...he got his penis caught in the zipper of my skirt! Of all the nerve!" said stewardesss Ginger Bardot.

"I was walking back through the cabin to meet a young cancer patient," said Captain Jean Le Fete, when this ruddy little man grabbed my ass."

"We have informed the French Surete that we will be requiring Mr Strauss-Kahn to answer for his behavior," said Aurevoir Francois, "This is no way for anyone with dignity to behave while flying. The friendly skies are not THIS friendly."

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