The Illegal now arriving in Clapperton Rd. Clapham.

He arrived with a ‘bang’.

One neighbour thought that the sound was from building operations.

He probably reckoned that, once he was up in the air, he would be safe.

Possibly unaware that passenger accommodation on modern jet aircraft is specially engineered to be both pressurised and insulated. Insulated because the outside temperature at altitudes around 35,000 feet is a blisteringly cold (negative) -50 degrees Celsius.

So when some clown stows away into the space into which the massive undercarriage retracts, he will arrive both dead and frozen solid.

He might have saved himself the people smuggler’s charges for the journey overland, but, in the few moments left him after he, and the Kenyan jet, arrived at that 35,000 feet altitude, he might have wondered if the cash saved was really worth it.

I wonder if the bloke whose garden he dented can claim from Kenyan Airways to re-grass his garden?


4 comments for “The Illegal now arriving in Clapperton Rd. Clapham.

  1. Ed P
    July 2, 2019 at 1:38 pm

    He would probably have been unconcious by the time the plane reached 15000 feet.

    It’s a very different matter to ascend slowly (like Mt. Everest climbers whose systems have time to acclimatise), to the rapid rise of an aeroplane.

    • July 2, 2019 at 2:50 pm

      Today’s Darwin Award?

  2. Penseivat
    July 2, 2019 at 3:10 pm

    Don’t forget that this fool came from a country where the people believe that raping a virgin will cure you of HIV. I’m now waiting for the news that the (extended) family of the deceased has been granted visas to attend his funeral. What could go wrong, apart from another 8 flats in Tower Hamlets off the available housing list, probably with the keys being handed over by Sad Dick Khan’t; benefits for African goatherds and camel drivers unable to find work; and all those medical ailments sorted out as a priority. Isn’t diversity wonderful?

  3. Mark
    July 3, 2019 at 12:55 am

    I imagine this entrepreneur was dead when the landing gear retracted. Rather sudden increase in pressure.

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