Couple’s Skydiving Porn Angers the FAA

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FAA No Fan Of Skydiving Porn

Well, apparently some folk do give a flying fuck.

A Taft, California (it would be California) couple (well porn stars) shot a skydiving porn film. And while no one saw their skydiving sexcapades, and there were no complaints lodged, first the local police and now the FAA are involved:

…..two skydiving porn stars had sex in free-fall over Taft, California (near Bakersfield). Both participants got fired from the skydiving outfit they worked at, and the local cops are puh-PISSED that no crime has been committed. They got the Federal Aviation Administration involved, and the FAA is “investigating,” aka digging for regulatory violations.

That’s right no crime was committed and the participants were fired. You’d think that be enough right? Well no…of course no. In our current extra-judicial, morality police environment folk can dig and find a crime that was committed even if the charge is going to go against a person who wasn’t even directly involved in the offense:

It’s not illegal to have sex on a private plane, but it’s illegal for a pilot to fly a plane while “distracted,” and the FAA’s contention is reportedly that said pilot might have been distracted, as the ever-charmingly-offensive Michael K of DListed puts it, “The FAA is trying to figure out if the pilot was distracted by airborne titties flapping around like two jellyfishes having a sneezing fit.”

It’s all fun and games until someone trumps up charges. And why should you care about any of this? Well that whole civil liberties thing we’re supposed to have here in the land of the free and the home of the brave:

The FAA’s “investigation” of the pilot is grasping at straws. It’s insulting and ridiculous — clearly an attempt to regulate sexual behavior because of disapproval of same, not due to a genuine concern about aviation safety. A crime cannot be prosecuted without witnesses, without evidence — but the regulatory environment doesn’t require commission of a crime. If the video showed the pilot’s participation, we wouldn’t be hearing about an “investigation.” The pilot would have already had his license pulled. The FAA is just blowing smoke out its afterburners.

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Why do I care? Why should you care? Because just by discussing an investigation, the FAA is engaging in a kind of extrajudicial regulatory morals-enforcement that runs dangerously close to overstepping the boundaries of government. This is the kind of double standard the FCC is crazy with. If the pilot in the Taft case is seriously investigated, it’ll look suspiciously like  Janet Jackson’s nipple slip. It’ll look like the laughable  Seven Dirty Words. It’ll look like Eric Idle being fined “Five thousand bucks a fuck,” by the FCC for cursing on a radio show, to which he sang, “ That’s more than Heidi Fleiss was charging me!”

Not liking what someone DOES NOT make it illegal, yes this includes skydiving porn,  and it’s high time the powers that be stay out of our bedrooms and concern themselves with more important things like..I don’t know..the economy perhaps, energy independence, hell global warming even, but not two porn stars skydive fucking.

On a side note: Skydive sex? Really? Is this the last (porn) frontier? How is this even enjoyable? Can’t be a lot of in and out going on when you falling at thousands of miles a second. Yeah. I’m at a loss. But too each his own.

Hat tip to Tinynibbles


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