WATCH: Weirdest Airline Video Ever?
HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - There appear to be some pretty original folks over at Iceland Air. It seems as though the crew of that airline decided it would be a good idea to make a mildly grotesque but completely hilarious video of a wannabe pilot dancing to some mildly sketchy Euro beats. The video was made for the annual ball of their parent company, Icelandair Group, which runs a handful of tourism companies for that country.
Though we don't understand a lick of Icelandic, it's not hard to tell that the man (who turns out to be a flight attendant) really wants to be seen as a pilot. Of course, the music alone and the idea of a pilot dancing along the gangway to a plane is one we're not soon to forget.
The group kindly has an entire page on YouTube, so you can check out more videos from the ball.
Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>
PULLMAN, Wash. - Six-year-old Denny Curran should be enjoying his last few days of summer before first grade. He should be teasing his brother, splashing in the pool, giving his parents a hard time about vegetables. Instead, Denny is dead, the victim of a horrific, freak bicycle accident that could happen to your child too. "Denny was an extraordinary child," his father Keith Curran told KHQ.>>
Spokane, Wash. It's been 24 hours of chaos for Spokane's police and fire departments. They have been running from call to call with reports of people walking in the middle of the street yelling at random people or at objects that don't exist. What Caused it? The Spokane Regional Health District is still struggling to find out "What we are hearing is that these individuals are demonstrating almost what would be what looks like a stimulant psychosis," said Doctor Bob...>>
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Police Department set up a bike sting in the Mission and Hamilton area on Wednesday in an effort to reduce property crime numbers and ended up making three arrests.>>
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Police Department set up a bike sting in the Mission and Hamilton area on Wednesday in an effort to reduce property crime numbers and ended up making three arrests. The area has seen numerous calls for thefts, burglaries, drug calls and assaults recently, according to the Spokane Police Department and the sting operation was put together by SPD Reserve Officers wanting to do their part to curb crime in the community.>>
BURNS, Ore. (AP) - A family member says seven of the eight people killed in a crash on a remote Oregon road were relatives headed to a Las Vegas vacation. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports Wednesday that 29-year-old Erika Boquet, of Tacoma, Washington, and her three children - 6, 9 and 11 - were killed Monday on Oregon Highway 78.>>
FREDERICK, Colo. (AP) - A Colorado man has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of his pregnant wife and their two young children, authorities say, after previously telling media how upsetting it was to be alone in their normally bustling house after they vanished earlier this week. Chris Watts, 33, was taken into custody Wednesday, according to police in the town of Frederick, about 28 miles (45 kilometers) north of Denver.>>
SPOKANE, Wash. - Following a months-long investigation into the Spokane Transit Authority's Human Resources Director's social media posts, investigators say the claims of discrimination were unfounded. STA launched an investigation on June 18 with the help of the Mix Sanders Thompson law firm. Mix Sanders Thompson released a full report on the investigation Wednesday.>>