Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Prince William Lands Copter In Girlfriend's Garden

There were no human injuries, but three gnomes were killed.

LONDON (Reuters) - Prince William landed a Royal Air Force helicopter in the garden of his girlfriend Kate Middleton's family home but the Defence Ministry defended his actions, saying he achieved essential training objectives.

Dude, I don't think you need to impress the broad. She knows you're filthy stinking rich!

The News of the World reported on Sunday that 25-year-old William, second in line to the British throne, asked Middleton's parents' permission to land at their home in Berkshire, southern England, because of a shortage of landing slots in the neighboring county Hampshire.

Aviation analyst and RAF-trained pilot Jon Lake told the weekly paper the April 3 flight was "ridiculous and inappropriate," but the ministry said the two-hour training mission was fully authorized as part of William's four-month RAF attachment. (H/T - Reuters)

Moments later, Prince William told Middleton to "prepare to be boarded." Heh.

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