"Mile High" Club Helicopter Pilot Won't Get License Back

GARDENA, Calif. (AP) -- A judge says a commercial helicopter pilot videotaped in a sex act while flying over San Diego committed gross negligence and cannot have his license back.

National Transportation Safety Board administrative law Judge
William R. Mullins upheld a Federal Aviation Administration order
revoking the license of David Martz after a hearing Tuesday.

Martz had no comment after the ruling.

A passenger was videotaping when Martz let an adult film actress
perform a sex act on him during the 2005 flight, and an edited version eventually became public.

The judge watched the unedited tape in chambers and took testimony before his decision.

Martz testified that his actions were unwise and he's much more
responsible now.


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  • by ~ALPHA female~ Location: O84P on Apr 13, 2009 at 05:22 PM
    This man doesn't seem to lucky to me... he has lost his licenses.. and is humiliated because people have viewed this video. ..LOL@ the dummy!
  • by voter Location: nc on Apr 12, 2009 at 01:31 PM
    whats luck got to do with it? just another endorsement on your ticket.
  • by Anonymous on Apr 7, 2009 at 02:52 PM
    That guy is so lucky.
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