World's Dumbest Pilots

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Most pilots are pros, but even experienced captains can slip up.

Disrobed and Disorderly

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No one likes a layover, least of all regional pilots. According to Salon’s “Ask the Pilot” columnist Patrick Smith, they “can face a 14-hour duty day with six or seven legs and a nine-hour layover at a motel.” In 2008, pilot Jeffrey Paul Bradford tried to spice up his time in Harrisburg, PA, with stewardess Adrianna Connor. After dinner and drinks, the Pinnacle Airlines employees dashed into the nearby woods for a romp. When they got separated, she got lost and he hid in a barn. The police found Bradford wearing only his flip-flops and a wristwatch.

World's Dumbest Pilots

Disrobed and Disorderly

No one likes a layover, least of all regional pilots. According to Salon’s “Ask the Pilot” columnist Patrick Smith, they “can face a 14-hour duty day with six or seven legs and a nine-hour layover at a motel.” In 2008, pilot Jeffrey Paul Bradford tried to spice up his time in Harrisburg, PA, with stewardess Adrianna Connor. After dinner and drinks, the Pinnacle Airlines employees dashed into the nearby woods for a romp. When they got separated, she got lost and he hid in a barn. The police found Bradford wearing only his flip-flops and a wristwatch.

Mihaela Ninic / Alamy
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