Jeff Hardy update
By Dave Meltzer
Ssouthwest Airlines reported that Jeff Hardy was not allowed to board yesterday's flight from Nashville after Tuesday night's tapings, back to Raleigh, because he was intoxicated.
Southwest Airlines spokesperson Chris Mainz reported that Hardy appeared intoxicated and an airlines employee reported it and he was not allowed on the flight.
The Nashville Tennessean web site reported that Hardy was cooperative when asked to leave. Hardy was not arrested, nor was a police report filed on the incident according to Nashville airport security police. Hardy was allowed to wait it out and take a later flight home.
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