Wait until you hear the story of Juliane Koepcke. Not only did she once take a tumble from 10, feet in the air, she then proceeded to survive 11 days in the jungle before being rescued. Though technically a citizen of Germany, Juliane was born in and grew up in Lima, Peru where she enjoyed the life of your average high school girl. Her father was a biologist named Hans-Wilhelm Koepcke and, at the time, he was working on in the city of Pucallpa. This was especially true considering that she had no idea the idea would go horribly wrong.
Video shows woman strip off clothes, walk around naked at Miami International Airport
United Airlines flight attendant walks on plane's wing midair
Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants, joins Neil Cavuto to discuss how coronavirus is impacting the airline industry. After her flight from Turkey landed in Ukraine earlier this week, one woman decided to go for a quick stroll -- on the wing of the plane. The woman -- on a Ukraine International Airlines flight with her husband and two children -- reportedly opened the emergency exit of the plane and walked out onto the wing. However, by the time she was on the wing, her children were reportedly already off the plane, according to TMZ. A woman in Ukraine reportedly walked out onto an airplane's wing not pictured after a flight from Turkey. In a video obtained by TMZ, the woman can be seen walking calmly around the plane wing and then returning to the emergency exit and climbing back into the plane. Ukraine International Airlines told The Sun in a statement that the woman would no longer be able to fly with the airline.
Video: Woman Walks Onto Airplane Wing After Complaining She's "Too Hot"
It was just before midnight when stunned passengers spotted the woman walking by in her dark blue underwear. Cellphone video shows the woman appears to be singing as she calmly takes off her clothes while walking through the area. Moments later, video shows her on top of a police car near the airport exit.
By Sara Malm. A female dare devil shows the true meaning of being a Wonder Woman as she performs thousands of feet above ground just weeks after another wing walker died in a crash. Ashley Battles, holds the world record for remaining on the wings of a plane for a staggering four hours and two minutes. The year-old performs with no safety net and is simply strapped onto a rack bolted to the wing span. Wonder woman: Ashley Battles braves the winds as she does an Americana-style wing walk in Collinville, Oklahoma.