Josh Duhamel Says ‘Lesson Learned’ After Flight Incident
First Published: December 6, 2010 10:34 AM EST Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Josh Duhamel won’t make the same mistake twice when it comes to using his mobile device on an airplane.
Access Hollywood caught up with the actor at the Trevor LIVE benefit in Los Angeles on Sunday, where he said he’s learned his lesson after being removed from a flight last week in New York City.
“I learned that it’s best to always turn them off, not my favorite moment,” Josh told Access of his tarmac ejection for failing to turn off his BlackBerry. “I’m good, I’m good. Lesson learned.”
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Josh was ejected from an Air Wisconsin plane for refusing to turn off his mobile device prior to take off on Thursday. The actor was escorted from the plane after he ignored repeated requests by an airline staff member to turn off his BlackBerry device.
On Friday, his publicist told Access, “The incident obviously happened and he’s sorry.”
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