Journey in Life: 11/05/18

Monday, November 5, 2018

Thà đi Grab còn hơn

phi công nhật bị bắt trước khi lên buồng lái, vì nồng độ cồn vượt quá 10 lần cho phép
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Drunk first officer Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, 42, was arrested at the airport after failing a breath test just 50 minutes before Japan Airlines (JAL) flight JL44 to Tokyo was due to take off with him in the cockpit (buồng lái; chỗ chọi gà; bãi chiến trường).

He pleaded guilty to exceeding the alcohol limit at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court on Thursday. Tests revealed he had 189mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood in his system – nearly 10 times the legal limit of 20mg for on-duty pilots. The drink-drive limit in England, Wales and Northern Ireland is 80mg.

JAL apologised and pledged to “implement immediate actions to prevent any future occurrence”, adding that “safety remains our utmost priority”.

...The news comes the same day the Home Office has launched a “call for evidence” to determine whether airports should be subject to the same licensing laws as the high street. The three-month procedure invites members of the public to share their views about airports being able to sell alcohol before 10am, unlike elsewhere in the country.

Những vất vả khó gọi tên

cảnh sát đuổi, bắt và truy tìm nguyên nhân tại sao một em gái 26 tuổi, gần khỏa thân, rơi qua trần nhà hàng tới 2 lần
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and landed in its kitchen.

26-year-old Harley C. Morton was arrested Tuesday on charges including trespassing (xâm phạm, xâm lấn; xúc phạm) and disorderly (mất trật tự xã hội, gây náo loạn, bừa bãi phóng đãng) conduct (hành vi; hạnh kiểm, tư cách đạo đức).

a responding officer searching for Morton found a wallet with her ID on the restaurant’s roof, she may have entered the ceiling through an air conditioning unit.