The Mile High Club is no joke. It’s an interesting and semi-exclusive unofficial club that everybody will have to be daring enough to join. While it’s really not a club, it is still interesting to know the people who have engaged in such activities during their flight.
The Mile High Club (MHC) is not really a club. Yes, it’s shocking, but there hasn’t been anyone crazy enough to formally constitute a club with this name and game. The term is simply a slang that is used for individuals who engage in sexual intercourse while they are on board an aircraft. As seen on movies, the act is secretly done inside the lavatory, which means the small comfort room inside the plane.
While it may not sound so sexy or comfortable, many find this as a challenge, so much so that they risk facing illegal charges for performing such acts. But with information that reveals individuals may not necessarily be fined for their Mile High Club activities, the act is still considered a pretty daring move for anyone.
Imagine the surprise of a lifetime when some stars admit that they have joined the Mile High Club at one point of their lives. On Thursday’s episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” the guest stars played a round of “Never Have I Ever” game and admitted to joining this popular “club.”
As guests of the show, Ellen DeGeneres had “Mortdecai” stars open up about their experiences on filming the movie as well as other things. Later on, the host invited them to play the game wherein she asked her guests — Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow and Paul Bettany — a few questions.
The first question that DeGeneres asked the group was whether they had been to a nude beach in the past. Both 51-year-old Depp and 43-year-old Bettany admitted to this, while 42-year-old Paltrow said no. Afterwards, DeGeneres raised the question about MHC, where the trio admitted to doing it in front of the audience.
To be fair, they all looked pretty embarrassed about this admission. Check out the video of this hilarious game below:
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