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Boner Fight for January 14th, 2019

BONER CANDIDATE #1: SO, WE REALLY HAVE TO SAY DON’T DRIVE WHILE BLIND-FOLDED?

LAYTON, Utah — Police say a teenager participating in the latest viral challenge is responsible for a crash on Layton Parkway and will face reckless driving charges. Layton Police tweeted two photos of the crash, which they said occurred Monday. No injuries were reported. “Bird Box Challenge while driving… predictable result,” the department stated. “This happened on Monday as a result of the driver covering her eyes while driving on Layton Parkway.” Police said they didn’t learn about the story behind Monday’s crash until Friday. The “Bird Box Challenge” takes its name from a recent Netflix movie in which the characters must remain blindfolded. Lt. Travis Lyman, Layton Police, said the 17-year-old girl driving the pickup truck was with a 16-year-old boy when she decided to attempt the “Bird Box Challenge” and used a beanie as an impromptu blindfold.

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BONER CANDIDATE #2: IF YOU WANT TO GET HOME YOU’LL SIT ON THE FLOOR

A family were forced to sit on the floor of an airplane during their flight home from Menorca after being told that their allocated seats did not exist.  Paula Taylor, 44, her husband Ian, 55, and their daughter Brooke, 10, from Alcester, Warwickshire, arrived early at Mahon airport in June last year for their flight with TUI airlines. They were given the seat numbers 41 D, E and F, but when they boarded the plane they could not find their seats and cabin crew instead offered them flip-up ‘jump’ seats tucked into the crew station. They were later forced to the floor because flight attendants needed access to food and duty free items. “We made sure we were three hours early at the airport to check in early just to make sure we got seats together,” Mrs Taylor explained to BBC One’s Rip-Off Britain: Holidays. Yet, on the plane, they could not locate the seats stated on their boarding passes. “We all just looked at each other as if to say ‘where’s our seats gone?’ There are no seats where our seats should be,” Mrs Taylor said.  Members of the cabin crew proposed that ten-year-old Brooke could take the last spare seat on the flight, and Paula and her husband Ian could sit in two spare flip-up chairs meant for the crew.  However, after the plane had taken off, the couple were told that they had to vacate their seats as the attendants needed access to the food and duty free items, which were stored behind them.

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