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Feeling Flighty

December 29, 2008 at 4:45 PM | by | ()

After legal wrangling, canceled flights and a last-minute arrest for extra drama, Vince Acors is back in the UK, where he held a press conference to admit he was "extremely naive" about Dubai's strict laws against beach sex. At least he finally made it home: An island-wide power outage on Oahu had airlines delaying flights and passengers spending the night at HNL.

Delta, which is now the biggest airline in the world, is ready to challenge newcomer V Australia--and Qantas and United--in a fare war on flights to Australia, but no matter how many new destinations they serve, they'll still be behind in one category: Professional flirt Julia Allison says it's American that has the "HOTTEST" pilots.

Related Stories:
· Dubai Sex-on-Beach Offender: I Was Naive [CNN]
· HNL Resumes Flights After Outage [MSNBC]
· Third Biggest Story of the Year: Delta and Northwest Merge [Airline Biz Blog]
· Qantas and United Finally Getting Competition [Cranky Flier]
· "Standing behind the HOTTEST American Airlines pilot" [Twitter]

[Photo: Metro UK]

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Dubai Secretly Turned On By The Idea Of More Beach Liaisons

December 23, 2008 at 2:00 PM | by | ()

What other explanation could there be? After an appeals court let lusty beach couple Michelle Palmer and Vince Acors off with a fine instead of jail time, Acors was detained trying to board his flight at Dubai International Monday night on what his lawyer says are unknown charges. It's actually the second time he's been unable to get out of the Emirate that supposedly doesn't want him there, after a procedural snag held him up Friday.

Back in July, Acors and his one-time fling Palmer met at a boozy brunch and ran afoul of the strict rules on PDA in Dubai. Though they say they didn't actually have sex, they did cop to being drunk, also a crime. They could've faced 90 days in prison but were fined instead and ordered deported.

But try as he may, Acors can't get back to London, this time because allegedly his flight confirmation was "not in order," his lawyer told the Times. Maybe the authorities are hoping to set him up on one last date?

Related Stories:
· Sex on the Beach Briton Back in Jail [UK Times]
· Lusty British Couple Freed By Dubai Court of Appeals [Jaunted]
· In Dubai, Sex on the Beach Could Lead to Prison [Jaunted]

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Lusty British Couple Freed By Dubai Court of Appeals

November 25, 2008 at 11:09 AM | by | ()

The British couple nabbed on a Dubai beach this summer and convicted of public indecency, drunkenness and having sex outside of marriage won't face prison after winning their case in the emirate's Court of Appeals. The pair, Michelle Palmer and Vince Acors, are still convicts, but instead of spending three months in the clink, they'll simply be deported after paying a 1,000 dirham ($272) fine each.

The duo still insists they didn't actually have sex on the beach, though they do cop to being drunk and making out. (These are admittedly common side effects of an all-you-can-drink champagne brunch.)

While the Britons are thrilled with the decision, it's hardly a green light to disrespect the strict laws of the Muslim emirate, where almost any form of PDA can get you arrested. Besides, risking jail time isn't the only reason we're avoiding Dubai's beaches.

Related Stories:
· Dubai Beach Sex Woman Says Release "Proves Innocence" [Telegraph]
· In Dubai, Sex on the Beach Could Lead to Prison [Jaunted]