FAA: Central Valley Skydiving Sex Stunt Didn’t Violate Rules
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TAFT, Calif. (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration says a videotaped skydiving sex stunt did not result in a violation of any regulations and the pilot wasn’t distracted during the incident over Kern County.
FAA spokesman Ian Gregor said Thursday that available video evidence confirms the pilot’s account that he was not distracted and the shoot didn’t interfere with his duties.
The video shows part-time skydiving instructor and porn star Alex Torres having sex with the receptionist from Skydive Taft in a plane before jumping out in tandem and continuing the act midair.
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