U.S. Skier Reportedly Pees on Young Girl
The U.S. Ski Team has dismissed Robert “Sandy” Vietze after he reportedly urinated on an 11-year-old girl during a cross-country flight. INSIDE EDITION has the shocking story.
He's the Olympic hopeful who shocked everyone on a JetBlue plane when he allegedly urinated on a young girl!
"Pee-Nut" is how the New York Post front page put it.
18-year-old Robert "Sandy" Vietze's reportedly drank 8 alcoholic drinks before boarding the red-eye flight from Portlan, Oregon to New York City. Instead of relieving himself in the toilet, he allegedly urinated on an 11-year-old girl.
"I was drunk and I did not realize I was doing it," he told cops.
He's one of the top young skiers in the country and was hoping to represent the United States in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia.
But in a statement the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association says Veitze is in violation of their code of conduct and has been "dismissed from the team."
The skier was hauled off a JetBlue plane at JFK airport in New York and issued a federal summons. But the young girl's dad is refusing to allow his now traumatized daughter to be interviewed by authorities. He just wants to forget it ever happened, and now the skier may not face any criminal charges.
He's not the first passenger to apparently lose it on a plane.
Aspiring models Cynthia and Crystal Mikula were arrested when they got drunk on board a United Airlines flight in 2001. Their rowdy behaviour earned them the nickname "The Air Rage Twins".
And just last month, another woman was forcibly removed from a Spirit Airlines flight in Las Vegas after arguing with flight attendants.
But this latest incident of reportedly mile-high misbehavior may top them all.
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