The friendly skies became the sessy skies on June 9th when this Victoria’s Secret Archangel and Internet starlet sashayed onto a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Phoenix even though several jealous hating passengers demanded that he be kicked off.
If you’re wondering who on earth would not want to be soaring through the clouds while in the presence of a sex pot goddess who puts the “dick” in Frederick’s of Hollywood, then click on this picture because that’s pretty much the look the jealous haters were all making. Didn’t their mothers teach them that it’s not right to hate a platinum Calla Lily who makes all of the TSA wands stand up and salute?
Jill Tarlow, who captured this image that will be the cover of Playboy’s Beauties of the Airways Checkpoint issue, tells The San Francisco Chronicle that several passengers boo-hooed to US Airways about Pepaw Heidi Klum getting on the plane, but officials wisely ignored that shit. You can excuse his beauty, but you CANNOT excuse a beauty’s right to fly in his outlet mall bra and panties. A rep from US Airways had this to say:
“We don’t have a dress code policy. Obviously, if their private parts are exposed, that’s not appropriate. So if they’re not exposing their private parts, they’re allowed to fly.”
Who could really blame the complainers, though? There they were, sitting next to their husbands at the gate, when in struts in this hot bitch with a head like Henry from Anderson Cooper, a wardrobe like a kinky closeted Republican senator and a body like an English substitute teacher. They KNEW they could never compete.
They also knew that if they got on that plane with him, their husbands would be lining up next to his seat, begging him to induct them into the Mile High Club. They did and he answered their begging by slipping out his hand and ordering them to fetch him some nuts. A lady in all ways!
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