Chinese Woman Told That She Had To Dump or Drink Bottle of Cognac Before Boarding . . . She Drinks Bottle and Is Then Told She Is Too Drunk To Board

We have all been in this position. We buy a coffee or water and TSA informs us that we have to drink it or toss it before going through security. (Just on the other side of the TSA is often a Starbucks mirroring the one that you just visited and ready to sell you the same exact beverage). Many people gulp down the drinks but most are not stopped with a bottle of Rémy Martin XO Excellence worth £120. A Chinese woman named Zhao was stopped at the Beijing airport told to dump it or drink it. She drank it. She was then pronounced too drunk to board her plane.

Zhao apparently was not willing to toss the bottle (or more likely donate to this evening’s party at the Chinese TSA) so she decided to consume it. She is lucky she survived so much alcohol in such a small time, though it is not known how much she succeeded in drinking. What is reported is that she began “rolling on the ground, shouting” at the departure gate before collapsing.

Reports say that she woke up seven hours later. She will now understand the company slogan: “Remy Martin. Feel More.”

Source: Guardian

13 thoughts on “Chinese Woman Told That She Had To Dump or Drink Bottle of Cognac Before Boarding . . . She Drinks Bottle and Is Then Told She Is Too Drunk To Board”

  1. Do you know what this is? No, I can see you do not. You have that vacant look in your eyes that says: “Hold my head to your ear, you’ll hear the sea.”

    This is Brivari, very old Brivari, very expensive Brivari.Do you understand Brivari? It is a delicate drink, and the flavor is extremely fragile. It must be kept at a constant temperature at all times.If you were to impound it and stick it in a hot little room in a matter of hours, the flavor would bleed away and vanish like the synapses in your brain!

    https://neatnik2009.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/very-long-night-of-londo-mollari-01.jpg

  2. Those brave Americans and Brit on the Paris train have stopped more terrorists than all the TSA agents.

  3. Oh my gosh, a tiny Chinese lady drank an entire bottle of Remy Martin? They’re lucky they didn’t kill her. This almost sounds like a frat party hazing. I wonder what she dreamt about for 7 hours of a cognac nap.

    You know the Chinese TSA must have been laughing about the little games they play on airport passengers. Just like our own TSA. 🙂

  4. >Just on the other side of the TSA is often a Starbucks mirroring the one that you just visited and ready to sell you the same exact beverage

    I was always wondering, are the drinks at the mirroring Starbucks (and in all other establishments beyond “secure barrier” or whatever it’s called) undergo some special scrutiny?

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