James Bond Film Crew Goes Berserk On Charter Flight
be any shaking or stirring of martinis on the return flight for the crew of the
latest James Bond film, following a reported drunken rampage during a chartered
flight to Mexico, according to the Mail on Sunday.
stunt men, camera crew and technical workers for the film Spectre were on board
an Airbus A330 travelling from STN to MEX for the shooting of an ambitious
opening scene based on the annual Day of the Dead festival.
Federal Aviation Administration is now investigating claims passengers vomited
and urinated in the aisles, smoked cigarettes, abused crew members and even
removed a pin securing one of the cabin doors while close to American air
incident, if confirmed, could conceivably have put the lives of everyone on
board in danger.
told the Mail on Sunday: “The behaviour of a handful of crew members got out of
hand and made things very unpleasant for their fellow passengers. [Bond
production company] Eon has apologized to all the crew members who had to
endure this intolerable behaviour."
spokesperson said: “We are investigating the matter so cannot comment further
at this time."
According to the Mail on
Sunday, the Airbus A330 had to be professionally cleaned after the journey from
Stansted at a cost of more than £1000. The crew will only be allowed to fly
home later this week after promises from Eon that no alcohol will be imbibed on
None of the cast members for
Spectre, which stars Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci, Ralph
Fiennes and Lea Seydoux, were believed to be on board.