What! What is written on the note. Okay then we will give him what he wants there are over 40 people on this flight and we need to keep them safe. Don't tell any of the passengers what is going on.
Sir there is this guy who gave me this note and he says he has a bomb! The note says that he wants $200,000 only in 20 dollar bills and 4 parachutes. Okay sir.
D.B Cooper gets on the plane.
D.B Cooper gives a flight attendant a note to read. The attendant assumed it was his phone number until D.B Cooper mentions that he has a bomb.
The flight attendant tells the pilot what is going on and the pilot agrees to give D.B Cooper what he wants. Once the passengers get off at Seattle then D.B Cooper instructs the pilot to head back to Portland. Once they were nearly there he tells the pilot to fly at 10,000 feet above ground and a 150 knots of speed.
The mysterious skyjacker known as D.B Cooper for now is still not found. It is going to soon be a cold case if no further progress appears.
After the pilot does as told D.B Cooper tells all the flight attendants to go into the pilot's driving zone and close the curtains. After they do so D.B Cooper jumps out of the plane with the money and one of the parachutes.
D.B Cooper leaves the parachute behind and leaves with the money.
As D.B Cooper watches the TV talking about the skyjacking he talks to himself that his real name is Kenny Christiansten.
Ha! They still have not found that skyjacker. What is funnier is that they don't know that I Kenny Christiansten had done the skyjacking.