Department of Homeland Security employee allegedly used helicopter to help teenager invite girlfriend to homecoming bit.ly/RmvTLO—
NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) September 18, 2012
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol is investigating claims one of its helicopters was used to help a teenager invite his girlfriend to homecoming.
A Department of Homeland Security employee allegedly used a CBP helicopter to hover over his son’s high school in northern Virginia and drop a teddy bear with the invitation last week.
Did it really happen? According to Twitter, it certainly did:
Some girl in patriot got asked to homecoming by helicopter… Me and my loneliness is jealous 😔—
Laura ✿ (@LaurinaCee) September 13, 2012
All the guys are mad at the dude who called a helicopter in to ask a girl to homecoming. Good luck doing better than that. 😂—
Taylor FitzSimmonds (@faylortitz) September 12, 2012
Jamey asked a girl to homecoming involving a helicopter? What the! Way to go, Corky 🏆—
Ryan Waltz (@ryanwaltzz) September 12, 2012
Just wait and see what I have in store for Prom 😏—
Jamey Corcoran (@JCorks) September 12, 2012