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FAA to determine if skydiving sex stunt distracted pilot

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Alex Torres, a porn star known as…um…Voodoo, worked as a part-time instructor at Skydive Taft, in Taft, California, until recently. The reason he's no longer employed there is because Torres talked receptionist Hope Howell into having carnal relations with him on a plane, before jumping out in tandem and continuing the fun while falling through the sky. Skydive Taft owner Dave Chrouch says the stunt was filmed by Torres in hopes of getting the attention of Howard Stern (Baba Booey!).

Torres had posted the video (with Katy Perry's "E.T." as background music) on his age-protected blog, but removed it on Monday after Taft Police began to investigate. Lieutenant Ed Whiting said no criminal charges are pending, since everyone in the video was of age, and no one had complained about witnessing the dive. Angry parents had complained about the video after a teenage boy had posted the video to his friends.

At one point, the coupling daredevils were in a seat adjacent to the pilot. Responding to a question about whether he had been concerned, Chrouch said:

"No I wasn't concerned. He was in complete control of the plane at all times. I mean he looked back a couple of times. The same thing he does if there are other skydivers in the plane. He is going to look back, he's going to look around to see what everyone is doing."

FAA spokesman Ian Gregor said there is no explicit policy for sexual conduct on private planes, but any activity that might affect a pilot's ability to concentrate could constitute a violation of federal aviation regulations. Chrouch said the fate of Howell, the receptionist, would be up in the air after he spoke with her, and Voodoo, presumably, has returned to being a strictly earth-bound man whore.