Gender disclosure stunts lead to Texas plane crash
Another gender revealed stunts went horribly wrong and led to a recent plane crash in Texas, according to the National Transportation Safety Council's accident report released Friday. According to reports, the pilot flew the plane at low altitude on September 7 as part of a carefully crafted gender revelation for friends.
A Texas pilot crashed the plane in a carefully designed stunt of gender disclosure. The pilot dumped 350 gallons of pink water from the plane, but the plane was "too low" and stalled immediately. The pilot was not injured in a Turkish crash about 100 miles southeast of Amarillo, Texas, and another passenger was slightly injured. The report says the plane can only carry people.
The event is the latest in a string of gender revealing stunts. In October, an Iowa family accidentally made a bomb for a party where an explosion killed a grandmother. Last year, an off-duty border patrol was ordered to pay more than $8 million in compensation for a forest fire in Arizona caused by his gender disclosure.