I’d Give HIm A Pass

Defeat necessitates a stiff drink.

US Airways chief executive Doug Parker was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving just hours after his airline’s $9.8 billion bid for Delta Air Lines was rejected last week, police said.

Parker, 45, was pulled over at 11:30 p.m. Jan. 31 after leaving a nightly party at the FBR Open golf tournament in Scottsdale, police Sgt. Mark Clark said.

2 comments

  1. ColinATL says:

    Why give the guy a pass? He broke a particularly useful law, and fortunately, no one got hurt. Definitely, go out and get yourself wasted when you lose your bid to take over a major airline, but don’t drive. It’s simple, really. The guy could afford a driver or a cab.

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