Stag Sings In Front Of Plane Passengers After Dare 'From Pilot'
Jordan Hogg, 24, was flying out to Prague with a load of his pals to celebrate his upcoming wedding when things got out of hand.
The guys, who are from Carlisle, were all wearing t-shirts emblazoned with the words 'text the stag a dare' and a phone number.
Once aboard the flight, which was departing from Manchester Airport on 30 May, the boys discovered that they'd received a text from the pilot of the plane that read: "In flight, the stag must come to the front of the aircraft and sing to everyone over the PA system.
"Preferably, Jess Glynne, 'Darling Hold My Hand', the Jet2 song."
So, whilst the plane was airborne, up he got to make his performance.
He played the preferred song, all the while clutching his mobile phone so that he could get the lyrics right. That's dedication for you.
After the event, the questionable rendition was shared to social media by Jordan's mate Tom Newton.
Tom later said: "While boarding the plane the pilot asked if he could take a photo of our t-shirts to show his friend.
"But once we had taken our seats my phone had a message from him suggesting his dare for our stag.
"We found it a hilarious idea that we couldn't miss out on.
"The general reaction of the group along with other passengers was brilliant, he took it in his stride really and once singing the chorus a lot of people joined in with him.
"To my amazement when he had finished I stood up and turned around to 90 percent of people taking photos which was hilarious."
Over the course of the four day trip, Jordan was also forced to perform other tasks such as smelling a woman's hair and telling her it smelt of peaches - not sure about that one, guys - and dressing up as a schoolgirl.
Tom continued: "The stag party was a fantastic weekend from start to finish, we dressed him in various outfits such as a school girl.
"He is a huge Liverpool supporter so we made him wear a full Spurs kit on the Saturday.
"One night we hired a beer bike event, one lad was that drunk he fell off backwards whilst the bike was going around a corner.
"We had a couple of others dares such as 'smell a women's hair and comment on it smelling like peaches'.
"Also, at breakfast 'stand on a table and shout random words', however, the pilot's was by far the best dare we received.
"The best man's speech will definitely feature the dare from the pilot I hope, I would also like to think it's possible we can play it on a big screen for others to enjoy."
Now, mechanical engineer Jordan is safely back at home preparing for his wedding to fiancée Lauren Wright in August.
Let's hope the mechanical engineering trade holds up, because - by the sounds of things - he won't be giving up his day job anytime soon.
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