|LAX from On High (Photo by WPPilot)|
Celebrities often seem to crave the limelight. They appear perfectly content to have ticket-paying customers line up at their feet.
But when so-called ordinary folks approach them at the airport, a whole different dynamic goes into effect. Adoring fans are then just in the way, and must be circumvented at all costs.
The cost for circumventing fans at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will soon be lower. Rather than hiring a private jet, celebs will soon have the option of utilizing a “special terminal,” one which will allow them to “glide directly from their chauffeur-driven limo to their first-class seat without having to interact with any of the general travelling public.”
This new hangout, costing a mere $1,500 to $1,800 per trip, will also include “separate security and border checkpoints.” Such class segregation will allegedly protect commoners from the “media scrums” that out-and-about celebrities attract.
Copyright November 20, 2015 by Linda Van Slyke All Rights Reserved