Ben Shapiro misses Piers Morgan rematch because of unruly passenger!/benshapiro/status/291299003595902978

@benshapiro is en route to @cnn studio. He is late because his flight had to make a landing because of a crazy dude on board. Without a gun.

— Joel Pollak (@joelpollak) January 16, 2013

After some taunting back and forth, the on-again, off-again rematch between “Bullies” author Ben Shapiro and Piers Morgan didn’t materialize after all after Shapiro’s flight was diverted due to an unruly passenger.

Piers is on your plane? RT @benshapiro Just had plane diverted to Denver thanks to unruly passenger. Ugh.

— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) January 15, 2013

Alex Jones? RT @benshapiro: Just had plane diverted to Denver thanks to unruly passenger. Ugh.

— Kate (@fatekisminy) January 15, 2013

@joelpollakHow many crazy people can @benshapiro run into in one day!? Find out on @cnn

— Terry_Jim (@Terry_Jim) January 16, 2013

Speaking of going a second round, boxer Robert Garcia seems to have been on the same plane.

Wow! Had to make an emergncy landing in Colorado to throw a pasenger out. Cops were waiting as we landed to arrest the man. WTF is going on?

— Robert Garcia (@GarciaBoxing) January 15, 2013

Funny thing is I was talking to man b4 we boarded and he was cool. Talking a lot about god!

— Robert Garcia (@GarciaBoxing) January 15, 2013

Alas, Shapiro didn’t make it in time to appear, disappointing many of Morgan’s new viewers.

In car to studio – plane got in @9. Whew.

— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) January 16, 2013

Disappointed @benshapiro flight got delayed and didn’t make @piersmorgan to prevent further exploit of victims of mass shootings for ratings

— Tony Houston (@tony30088) January 16, 2013

Thanks to CNN for their great help during insane travels. Got there too late. Tomorrow, I have a charity dinner w/ wonderful Chai Lifeline.

— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) January 16, 2013

Chai Lifeline is a volunteer non-profit helping Jewish children with life threatening illness — so much for the “not caring about children” narrative, then.

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