Drunk RIM employees disrupt Beijing-bound flight – thestar.com

Two drunken Research In Motion employees forced an Air Canada flight from Toronto to Beijing to make an unscheduled stop in Vancouver, disrupting travel plans of more than 300 people.

George Campbell, 45, of Conestogo, Ont., and Paul Alexander Wilson, 38, of Kitchener, pleaded guilty to one charge of mischief in Richmond Provincial Court on Wednesday.

They were each given suspended sentences and one year’s probation, and ordered to pay restitution to Air Canada of $35,878 each, and barred from having any contact with Air Canada crews or flying that carrier during the probation period.

This is why taking advantage of the free alcoholic beverages is a bad idea. it could cost you $35,878 if you get so rowdy you’re a danger to the rest of the passengers. yikes. $35,878.. that’s a lot of playbooks

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