Belt Me Up, Before I Go Go…

…out of the door and onto the ro-oad.

Last Thursday, George Michael was airlifted to hospital after falling from a Range Rover, doing 70mph on the M1.

A friend, who was travelling in the car with Michae,l stated:

“There is no mystery – he was just trying to shut the door. George has been perfectly happy and is in a great place. To insinuate that he threw himself out of the car is absurd”

I’m glad that’s been cleared up.

There have been suggestions that Michael may be depressed, but he’s apparently writing a new album which he’s very pleased with.

George Michael hits the roadWhy would any normal person, who wasn’t under the influence of drugs or alcohol, try to shut the door at 70mph on the M1? How did no one notice the door open until the car picked up speed?

On a serious note, the door probably hadn’t been shut properly after Michael got into the car. You know when you don’t slam it hard enough, and the edge of the door remains slightly proud of the car body? Michael was probably trying to rectify this.

The intention would have been to quickly push the door open and yank it shut again. It’s a little silly doing it at motorway speeds, but I’ve done the same thing myself before, so I can’t really criticise. The difference is that I didn’t fall out of the car, cause travel chaos and waste buckets of taxpayers’ money.

There’s no reason why Michael should have fallen out of that car unless he passed out as the door opened. Even then, he can’t have been wearing a seatbelt because that would have stopped him from falling out.

I hope that the police investigate this incident and press charges against Michael or the driver of the car if this accident is the result of stupidity.

Michael’s friend also stated:

“It was an accident and he is the first person to put his hand up and say, ‘I’m sorry’. He deserves more sympathy”

All together now: Aaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

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