WATCH: FBI has chat with YouTuber for filming in Speedo on plane


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#2

No shirt, no shoes, no service?


#3

Thank God our brave boys in blue were on the case. You wouldn’t want the smoking gun to be inside a Speedo, would you?


#4

The guy wearing the Speedo DEFINITELY doesn’t want that. Those things get HOT!


#5

Just goes to show that I am getting out of touch with the internet world as I get older. I’ve never heard of this guy, but he’s got 800k+ YouTube subscribers.


#6

He’s a lot more popular on Vine - [7.5 million followers][1].


[1]: https://vine.co/jeromejarre


#7

Sixty years ago we had places for people like that.

“Jerome, say hello to Nurse Ratched…”


#8

Yeah, I watched his “my first million dollars” video. Interesting story.


#9

Should I be more upset about this guy being an asshole on a flight or the fact that the FBI is now regulating in flight assholery?


#10

He wasnt even shot once? How unamerican.


#11

Well, he was not black. If so he would had been shot before entering the plane.


#12

Don’t feel bad. I’m 21 and never heard of this guy. Although I am an atypical 21…


#13

He was “released with no charges.”

But what could he possibly be charged with?


#14

In amurika you ARE guilty of something.


#15

If that’s not a euphemism, then definitely no.

If that is a euphemism, personally no, but I’m sure there are lots of guys and gals that wouldn’t mind seeing that guy’s “smoking gun in his speedos”.


#16

Here’s the thing: if you don’t follow the instructions of the flight crew, you’ve already committed a crime–even if the thing they asked you to stop doing wasn’t a crime. Once you’ve definitely committed a crime (failure to follow flight crew’s instructions), actual LEOs get involved. And once that happens you’re usually up the creek without your inflatable duck. Any questions?


#17

Did this guy disobey flight crew instructions? I don’t care to watch the video.


#18

It looks like one of the flight crew tells them, “You guys aren’t allowed to videotape.”


#20

came for the “snake on a plane” jokes, left disappointed…


#21

Shame it blew up a bit (pardon the pun). It seemed a lot of innocent fun, and everyone on the plane seemed to get a kick out of it. Good-natured pranks are such a breath of fresh air. Cheered up my day, anyway.

That said, you’d have to be a bit naive to think you can pull stunts and pranks on a plane in this day and age, especially in America.