Hey everybody! I just got done watching the Sean Waltman YouShoot, and definitely one of the highlights of it was Pac's description of the infamous "Plane Ride From Hell" in 2002. [YOUTUBE]MIod1bAbJtY[/YOUTUBE] Basically, this incident has to do with the plane ride back from Insurrection 2002. Everybody was partying. One of the biggest events that occurred was a shoot wrestling fight between Mr. Perfect and Brock Lesnar that occurred as a result of Perfect calling Lesnar out on his wrestling skills. Paul Heyman and the Undertaker helped instigate the whole thing, telling Brock that if he didn't stand up to Perfect, he'd be judged by the entire locker room for it. The fight was later broken by Triple H, Paul Heyman, and Finlay after the brawl almost spilled out of the emergency exit! It should be noted that on the flight over to England, Kurt Angle and Mr. McMahon had themselves a "take down contest." While all this was going on, Scott Hall was passed out in his seat, high on GHB. Michael "PS" Hayes was also a major player in the incident. He went onto the flight absolutely annihilated. When he got up to go to the bathroom, he almost mistook Linda McMahon for the urinal! He came so close to pissing on the boss' wife! And after that, he knuckle punched JBL in the forehead, reopening a cut that he suffered on the tour. JBL knocked him out in one punch. Once Hayes was KO'd, back in his seat, X-Pac, who hated Hayes for his treatment of the tag teams and midcarders, pulled out a pair of scissors and chopped off Hayes' mullet! The mullet was stapled to the wall at the following Raw, and was later auctioned off. This was met with a round of applause, most notably from Jerry Lawler, who hates Hayes for burying his son, Brian Christopher. Speaking of the King, he too had his fair share of drinks. As a result, he dared Ric Flair to walk down the aisle way, butt-naked, in his signature robe. Flair, presumably under the influence, not only took on the dare, but also got into character and shouted some of his signature lines, including, "Honey you can't be the first, but you can be the next. WOOO!" At the same time, Flair was said to have sexually harassed all the female flight attendants on the plane. I think a couple of them even sued. While this was going on, Goldust got on the intercom somehow, and proceeded to serenade his ex-wife, Terri Runnels. This was said to have gone on for almost an hour, and Jim Ross had to finally pull the drunken 'Dust away from the mic, having embarrassed both he and Terri. As a result of the above incidents, with the endorsement of Jim Ross of Talent Relations, both Perfect and Scott Hall were fired after both tested positive for GHB shortly after the flight. Meanwhile, Ric Flair, Michael "PS" Hayes and Brock Lesnar went unpunished, and Goldust was placed in the dog house until his program with Booker T. Good Ole JR also placed a temporary ban on drinking during the flights (even though many of the participants got on the plane drunk anyway). What I want to know is: -What are your overall thoughts on the incident? -Were the punishments fair and reasonable? -Does this change the way you think of any of the people mentioned above?