Drunk RIM employees who disrupted Toronto-Beijing flight face hefty fine

by on December 1, 2011

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion suspended two employees on Thursday after their drunken rowdiness forced an Air Canada flight from Toronto to Beijing to be diverted to Vancouver and a court ordered them to pay US$70,699.49 (CA71,757) in restitution. George Campbell, 24, and Paul Alexander Wilson, 38, pleaded guilty to mischief on Thursday. They were also given …

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