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    Hoff Denies Being Drunk

    David Hasselhoff has denied being banned from a BA flight because he was drunk.
    His spokeswoman also denied claims he had wet himself, after photos showed a damp patch on his trousers.

    The Sun reported that the Baywatch star was stopped from boarding a Los Angeles flight from London Heathrow because he was staggering around, mumbling and propping himself up on a pillar.
    But publicist Judy Katz, who travelled with David, stressed: "He was not drunk."
    "He was not refused boarding. It was his own decision not to get on that plane," she added.
    She said antibiotics The Hoff was taking for a shaving accident injury had made him physically sick - and that might have accounted for the wet patch too.
    Last month David was taken to hospital after an accident at a London hotel.
    David earlier in July

    He bumped his head on a chandelier in the men's room while shaving, and shards of glass from the chandelier cut his arm, slicing four tendons and an artery.
    Ms Katz said the wound had become "a little infected" and he had been given antibiotics, which made him feel sick - so he opted to take a later British Airways flight.
    Either way, David had to wait an hour or so until the next LA flight and was then ferried to the departure gate in a buggy car.
    David's divorce from his wife of 16 years, Pamela, was finalised yesterday, and it's claimed he told BA staff he was very upset about it.
    Earlier in the week, the star had told a US magazine that he had beaten the booze - he attended the Betty Ford clinic in 2002 for alcohol-related problems.
    Three weeks ago The Hoff denied being drunk and escorted off the premises at Wimbledon.


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    Default Re: David Hasselhoff denies being drunk on flight

    Poor guy cant get a break can he? Gets all dolled up to go to the tennis, throws a few quick ones back, then gets marched out like some loser who is drunk. Then tries to catch a plane and ends up carted around like a dickhead giant in a golf buggy. So humiliating. Maybe he needs a drink to settle his nerves after all this public embarrassment. Here Dave, throw this one down ya throat, then dance for me. Make me laugh.

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    I'm so sick of all these celebrities who blame everything on 'medication'. How stupid do they really think we are?

    I'm sure the airlines are pretty equipped to determine if someone is completely inebriated, 'feeling good' or 'on medication'. Jeez.

    Knowing the Hoff's track record, I'm going with the piss drunk theme.

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    He pissed himself too?? Holy shit this guy is the best!!

    LOVES IT!!

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    Default Re: David Hasselhoff denies being drunk on flight

    Quote Originally Posted by moomies
    Hoff Denies Being Drunk

    David Hasselhoff has denied being banned from a BA flight because he was drunk.
    His spokeswoman also denied claims he had wet himself, after photos showed a damp patch on his trousers...

    "He was not refused boarding. It was his own decision not to get on that plane," she added.
    She said antibiotics The Hoff was taking for a shaving accident injury had made him physically sick - and that might have accounted for the wet patch too....

    Three weeks ago The Hoff denied being drunk and escorted off the premises at Wimbledon.
    Shaving accident? wtf? peed himself?

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    Default Re: David Hasselhoff denies being drunk on flight

    Shaving accident my ass. That was a suicide attempt or some other histrionic gesture. These celebrities sure are a clumsy bunch.

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