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Being a barfly can land you on the “no-fly.”

Knocking back a few brews, shots or bubbles before takeoff may sound like a sweet way to take the edge off. 

But one flight attendant warns that overly plastered passengers will be forced to make an early exit. 

“This is a PSA to everyone who likes to drink at the airport,” announced airline steward Tor in a buzzy TikTok bulletin. “Please, just don’t make it noticeable when you get on the plane.”

“I don’t want to kick you off,” added the brunette. “You don’t want to be embarrassed, you don’t want to miss your flight.”

Tor, a flight attendant and TikTok content creator.

“It’s a win-win for both of us.”

It’s a sobering, yet serious truth. 

Shachar Bivas, 44, of Long Island, learned the hard way that over-indulging on the hard stuff will get you a first-class ticket to the clink. The New Yorker was recently sentenced to six months in federal prison for a drunken rampage aboard a 12-hour flight from Tel Aviv to JFK. 

A pair of “rowdy” rascals from the UK were ordered to take the walk of shame off of a plane in May due to their tipsy tomfoolery. 

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But Tor says she takes no pleasure in giving boozers the boot — she’s just obeying the law. 

“We’re legally required to kick you off the airplane if you appear to be intoxicated,” she explained in her viral vid, advising liquor-lovers against being “stupid” in the moments leading up to wheels up. 

“It’s not me just like being a buzzkill.” 

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Hooch hounds appreciated the heads-up. 

“Imagine how drunk you have to be that they’re like, ‘You’re too drunk to sit in a seat,’” joked a commentator. 

“I stopped drinking at the airport, and on airplanes. It is so nice to arrive sober,” praised a zero-proof passenger. 

“When you’re at cruising altitude the effects make you feel twice as drunk,” said a separate sauce-free spectator.  

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“The idea of being trapped in a tube in the sky with a few beers in me and only one bathroom is deterrent enough,” teased a scared-straight jetsetter. 

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Parliamentary perks: What do MPs really get? It’s not just housing allowance, travel and superannuation

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Another day, another Member of Parliament in the news for their expense claims.

First it was Prime Minister Christopher Luxon claiming $52,000 a year for the use of his Wellington home instead of shifting in to Premier House . (He later said he would no longer claim it .)

Then more recently, Ōtaki MP Tim Costley was revealed to be claiming an allowance of $36,000 for a Wellington apartment he owns.

Then Masterton -based MP Kieran McAnulty made headlines for claiming the same allowance to rent a Lower Hutt property from his wife.

So how do the allowances work, and what are some of the other perks MPs get?

Prime Minister’s housing allowance

The Prime Minister is entitled to the use of Premier House, in Wellington.

As Luxon demonstrated, those who do not live in Wellington and do not choose to live in Premier House can claim up to $52,000 in a “continuous accommodation payment” each year.

If the PM does not take that allowance, he can claim reimbursement of “actual and reasonable” expenses in a hotel in Wellington.

That can be up to $350 a night or $52,000 a year. (It may be important to note that this does not include payment for meals, laundry, minibars or parking.)

The Speaker, Deputy Speaker and ministers can also be allocated an official residence if they do not live in Wellington already, or receive the $52,000 payment.

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MPs’ housing allowance

MPs can claim up to $36,400 a year in continuous accommodation payments if they are normally based outside Wellington, or up to $260 a night if they stay in commercial premises – or $70 a night elsewhere.

If they share with other people, the maximum continuous accommodation payment is reduced – when living with one other person, they can receive 70 per cent, with two it is 60 per cent and with three, 55 per cent.

Wellington accommodation expense payments can be increased in special circumstances that stop the MPs travelling as they normally would.

Accommodation and travel

Accommodation is paid for members who are travelling outside Wellington for work. Ministers, the Speaker and the leader of the Opposition can claim up to $425 per night for accommodation in Queenstown or $350 outside Queenstown.

For other members of Parliament, accommodation can be up to $290 a night in Queenstown or $260 outside Queenstown.

“MPs are only able to use travel for ‘parliamentary purposes’ and there is a specific separate determination that the authority updates every three years which allows strictly controlled and limited travel for spouses to accompany MPs, travelling within New Zealand for parliamentary purposes, to attempt to instal some family friendliness into their existence,” Remuneration Authority chair Geoff Summers said.

Travel overseas by MPs can be funded by leadership funds or a rebate, but this travel has to be approved by the Speaker and their party leader or whip.

The leader of the Opposition can use $150,000 from the travel appropriation over a term of Parliament.

Partners and family members

A member of Parliament can claim the expense of an evening meal up to a maximum of $80 for their spouse or partner if it was necessary or appropriate for the spouse to be there, they had to be away overnight and a meal was not provided.

As Summers said, partners and children have access to travel services too.

Members’ partners are limited to taking up to 20 one-way trips in a year. Partners of a minister, Speaker, Deputy Speaker or the leader of the Opposition may take up to 30. There is no cap for the Prime Minister’s partner or children aged under 18.

The Prime Minister’s partner can make use of a chauffeur-driven car if they are fulfilling their role. For parliamentary purposes, partners of the Speaker, Deputy Speaker, ministers, leader of the Opposition and the leader of a party with 25 or more members in Parliament can also make use of cars.

Partners can also claim back the costs of using their car to drop off an MP at an event, using their car for parliamentary or ministerial business, or if they are joining the MP at a destination.

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End of employment

When an MP does not stand for election or is not re-elected at the next election, they can receive three months’ salary.

Former Prime Ministers who were in the job for more than two years receive an ongoing annuity of $12,000 for each complete year in office up to a maximum $60,000 at present.

They also have travel entitlements: former Prime Ministers can be paid for travel on planes, trains, ferries, non-urban buses and taxis if they are doing work related to their former role, or they can use chauffeur-driven cars. Former PMs can also have use of a self-drive car and the maintenance and fuel costs associated with that.

It used to be the case that MPs who joined Parliament before 1999 could retire with generous travel discounts of up to 90 per cent of the cost of a business class flight to London a year.

Summers said that was no longer the case.

“I doubt that there are any MPs who still have those rights – the changes were applied to new members thereby ‘grandparenting’ existing people who already had them. I have been here now for over eight years and all those perks had long gone before I got here.”

Security systems

MPs can claim for the cost of installing a security system at their home, up to a maximum of $4500.

Superannuation subsidy

MPs have access to a superannuation subsidy up to two and a half-times their contribution to a maximum 20 per cent of salary.

A backbencher earning $168,600 contributing 3 per cent of their salary would get a contribution of $12,645.

Basic allowance

MPs also receive a basic allowance each year to cover the cost of things like donations, raffle tickets, flowers and meals. This used to also include a direction that only the PM could use it for clothes and grooming.

For the Prime Minister this is $22,606, for the Speaker, $21,136, and for every other Member of Parliament it is $16,980.

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The 600,000-square-foot overlook area is free and open to the public.

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There’s a new way to spot planes without having to go through security in North Carolina thanks to a 600,000-square-foot overlook area that just opened. 

The lookout deck, which opened less than two miles from the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), is free and open to the public, offering views over the airfield, skyline, and terminal, according to the airport . And it features some really cool aircraft-themed amenities to excite the whole family.

“The Airport knows how important the Overlook is to the local community and we worked diligently to create a place that people of all ages will enjoy,” CLT Chief Infrastructure Officer Jack Christine said in a statement. “This space showcases many displays and features that will educate, inspire and create lasting memories.”

In addition to plane spotting, the deck features an airport-themed playground complete with a mini air traffic control tower with a slide and a plane-shaped climbing structure, along with a displayed retired U.S. military fighter jet and “informative exhibits” detailing aviation history in the Carolinas, including the types of planes that use the airport, the science behind a Boeing 747 aircraft, and how runways are built and named. And if plane spotters get hungry, there’s a food truck area and covered picnic tables.

On a more somber note, the site features a memorial to USAir Flight 1016, which crashed into a private home while trying to land at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in 1994, resulting in the deaths of 37 passengers, according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

This permanent lookout replaces a temporary one that was put in place after the last overlook closed in 2022 due to airport construction.

The new overlook also features accessible parking, bicycle racks, restrooms with baby changing stations, and pet relief areas so the whole family can enjoy.

This isn’t the only new thing coming to the Charlotte Douglas International Airport this year: the airport will also get its first Delta Sky Club lounge by the end of 2024.

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The country has politely handled travelers for years, but as international visitors spill into previously untouristed spots, some residents are frustrated.

Three people sit cross-legged on the ground. One covers his mouth, one his eyes, one his ears. Red temple structures and a crowd of people are seen in the background.

By Yan Zhuang

The writer spent several days elbowing through crowds in Kyoto and Fuji City, Japan.

On two recent occasions, a foreign tourist walked into Shoji Matsumoto’s barbershop, through a front door that grates loudly when opened more than halfway, wanting a haircut.

One was Italian, the other British. Mr. Matsumoto, who is 75 and speaks neither of their languages, didn’t know what to tell them. He picked up his scissors and began to cut, hoping that his decades of experience would carry him through the stilted encounters.

Tourists, propelled in part by a weak yen that makes their money go further in Japan, have been pouring into the country ever since it eased its coronavirus-related entry restrictions in 2022. Some officials, including Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, have raised concerns about overtourism. In March, there were more than three million international arrivals, a monthly record, and a more than 10 percent jump compared with March 2019.

Nearly two thirds of international visitors tend to be from South Korea, Taiwan and China. Last year, spending from foreign tourists made up about 9 percent of Japan’s gross domestic product.

Popular sites in cities like Kyoto, Japan’s ancient royal capital, feel increasingly unmanageable. Visitors are spilling into previously untouristed places, like small towns near Mount Fuji or the commercial district of Kyoto where Mr. Matsumoto cuts hair.

“Before, it was normal to see tourists in certain spots,” Mr. Matsumoto said from a low chair in his barbershop on a recent Saturday. “But now, they’re spreading out to random and unexpected places.”

That influx is testing the patience of a generally polite society.

In Kyoto and other heavily visited cities, some residents grumble about being priced out of hotel rooms or crowded out of buses and restaurants. Others say that tourists sometimes disrespect local customs by, say, chasing after geishas to photograph them or eating while walking, a behavior that is considered rude in Japan.

One day last month, it took Hiroshi Ban six hours — twice as long as usual — to visit Kyoto’s Heian Jingu shrine. Mr. Ban, 65, attributed the delay partly to tourists who hold up buses by counting out coins for the fare.

“Every day feels like a carnival here,” said Mr. Ban, an event organizer. “We can’t enjoy our daily lives in peace.”

Even those who directly benefit from tourism revenue worry that it might be unsustainable.

Hisashi Kobayashi, a taxi driver in Kyoto, said business was so good that taking a day off felt like passing up easy money. But many tourism-related industries were struggling to keep up with demand as they recovered from pandemic-era labor shortages, he said.

“When Japanese people come here, they feel they’re in a foreign land because there are so many tourists,” Mr. Kobayashi, 56, added as his taxi approached a bottleneck near a popular temple. “It’s not Kyoto anymore.”

Some rural locations are feeling the strain for the first time. One is Fuji City, about 200 miles by road east of Kyoto in Shizuoka Prefecture.

After a bridge with a direct view of Mount Fuji started to become popular on social media late last year, Shizuoka’s tourism department said on Instagram that it was a good spot for “beautiful, dreamlike pictures.” Left unsaid was that the bridge sat in a residential area with no visitor parking spaces, public toilets or garbage cans.

Many visitors littered, parked in driveways and in some cases dodged traffic to take photos from the bridge’s median strip, residents said in interviews.

Over a public holiday last month, about 300 tourists arrived daily for four days, standing in a line for photos that coiled down the street, said Mitsuo Kato, 86, who lives by the bridge.

“They just park here,” Mr. Kato said outside his home on a recent Sunday, as groups of tourists from South Korea diligently took photos of clouds that were obscuring Mount Fuji. “So we had to put up signs.”

Officials across Japan have been responding to the tourism surge with varying degrees of efficacy.

In Fuji City, the authorities erected a makeshift six-car parking lot and started to build a larger one that would fit 15 cars and include a bathroom, said Motohiro Sano, a local tourism official.

In a neighboring prefecture, Yamanashi, officials in the town of Fujikawaguchiko put up a billboard-size screen last month to deter tourists from photographing a Lawson convenience store whose blue awning sits beneath the mountain and became a staple of social media posts. The screen is now dotted with holes large enough to fit a phone camera lens, the local news media reported .

In Shibuya, a heavily visited area of Tokyo, officials announced plans to ban drinking alcohol outdoors at night in an attempt to curb bad behavior by young people and tourists.

And in Kyoto, where signs in train stations ask visitors to “mind your manners,” the government began running special buses for tourists this month.

At the city’s Nishiki market, where some residents have complained of finding grease stains on their clothing after squeezing through throngs of snacking tourists, Yoshino Yamaoka gestured to two signs hanging outside her barbecue eel restaurant.

Both said in English, “No eating while walking.” One had a larger font, and its text was underlined in red.

“People weren’t following it, so I put up this one with a stricter tone,” Ms. Yamaoka, 63, said of the bolder sign. But she wondered whether her new approach was too strict.

“Business depends on the tourists,” she said.

To beat the crowds on a recent weekend, some tourists visited popular Kyoto sites at sunrise or waited 40 minutes to eat at a popular ramen joint at 11 p.m. A few complained about the congestion they had helped to create.

“It’s a disaster,” said Paul Oostveen, 70, a tourist from the Netherlands, after leaving the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, a popular attraction.

From his empty barbershop, Mr. Matsumoto said that he had successfully cut the hair of his two foreign clients and that he wouldn’t turn away others who stumbled through his door.

But he worried about providing good quality service to customers he couldn’t understand, he said, and would prefer that non-Japanese speakers go elsewhere.

Even though tourism is good for the nation, he added over the drone of a radio, “There’s a part of me that’s not fully content.”

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