Hunky Ryan Reynolds was on a flight from NYC to New Orleans when he gave his fellow passengers a treat. After being puked on, Reynolds stripped off his shirt much to the delight of the female travelers.
Ryan Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively were aboard Delta Flight #1715 from New York’s LaGuardia Airport to New Orleans. They were traveling to New Orleans where Reynolds is set to begin filming on his new film, “Selfless” with Sir Ben Kingsley.
An eyewitness to the incident revealed that towards the end of the flight a young woman vomited towards her window which deflected the vomit sending it into the seat behind her. Reynolds had the unlucky seat and the puke ran down the front of his sweater.
The witness said, “About two-thirds of the way into the flight, a young lady in front of him [Ryan] in 1D vomited toward her window, which then spewed back all over Ryan’s beige cashmere sweater. She had clearly had too much to drink, causing her to be sick.”
“The vomit looked like it was largely made up of red wine, and it made a huge stain on Ryan’s sweater. So he took it off. The flight attendants were doing the best they could with giving him napkins.”
In addition to trying to help Ryan Reynolds in the unusual situation, the witness revealed that the flight attendants got a good chuckle out of it as well. Evidently, by the time the flight landed in New Orleans, Reynolds had found a clean shirt and he and Blake were first off the plane with an escort from the airport security.
The witness went on to say, “They tried to pretend like nothing happened. The vomiting was quiet, and I think they were all going to try to just hide what happened, but the smell was rancid. Also, you couldn’t help but notice Ryan taking off his shirt!”
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