Saturday, April 14, 2007

Any Comment, iRod and StudioD?

At the world’s busiest airport, plainclothes officers patrolling public restrooms in search of luggage thieves have instead uncovered a rash of other, more sordid crimes.

The new restroom dragnet has led to the arrests of more than 30 people in three months for indecent exposure and public sex acts at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Not that there's anything wrong with that.

7 comments:

Mike said...

I'm just one of those 'Merca-hating Northeastern libruls, but I have to ask . . .

Hasn't it occurred to them that while they're in the bathrooms looking for thieves, maybe they can just leave the guys who are getting blowjobs alone? Are they actually bothering anyone?

Thrillhous said...

I think the main thing is they don't want you doing anything in an airport that they didn't charge you an exhorbitant fee for. Maybe if they put in condom machines that cost $15 a condom the airport people would be happy.

This would be a great spot for a "only the airlines get to screw people at the airport" joke. I miss Otto.

Otto Man said...

I'm back, baby. For a few days at least.

As for this story, iRod has asked me to stress -- he thought the cop was a male prostitute.

InanimateCarbonRod said...

I always assumed that the moaning was related to the splashing. I'll have to listen more closely next time I'm using some of the facilities.

Seriously, an airport bathroom is the second least erotic place I can think of. The least erotic place is the bathroom on the airplane itself.

For the life of me, I've never understood the appeal of the Mile High Club. I don't think I could smell that intense urinal cake odor and Get It On at the same time.

Otto Man said...

I was on a US Airways flight this weekend, and the bathroom was so small, I couldn't stand up to pee. I felt like a "prison bride."

S.W. Anderson said...

irod's got it right. People who can't do any better than to get it on in a public restroom are kind of pathetic.

Thrillhous' point rings true, too. Airports are up there with Las Vegas casinos for being money-extracting machines disguised as fancy buildings. Where else would two level tablespoons of tuna-tinged mayo lodged between two small fiber board squares sell for $4?

Mike said...

Where else would two level tablespoons of tuna-tinged mayo lodged between two small fiber board squares sell for $4?

A stadium or arena. Definitely up there with the airports and casinos in that regard.