Vince McMahon Asked WWE Hall Of Famer To Investigate Who Pooped On Private Plane

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Someone who was very close to Vince McMahon whilst he worked for the WWE has lifted the lid on the Chairman tasking a WWE Hall Of Famer with investigating who broke the golden rule and took a poop on his private jet.

Freddie Prinze Jr is a former WWE writer and spent a lot of his time at the side of Vince McMahon, putting him in a unique position to provide an insight in to the mind of the Chairman as well as giving him some fairly entertaining stories.

Speaking on his Wrestling with Freddie podcast, Freddie Prinze Jr that McMahon had made it very clear to everyone that they were not to empty their bowels whilst aboard his private plane. There was also one time that this rule was broken, and it was WWE Hall Of Famer Michael PS Hayes who was given the task of finding out who it was.

Freebird calls me into his office, Michael Hayes. He says, ‘Freddie, I gotta ask you a question,’ and he looks concerned. I go ‘what’s up man?’ And he goes, ‘You didn’t, er, you didn’t take a poop on Vince’s plane did you?’ I said, ‘what are you talking about?’ He says, ‘there’s no poops on the plane.’ I said ‘of course, I didn’t, what are you talking about man, I didn’t even use the restroom.

Freddie Prinze Jr continued, saying that Hayes clearly wasn’t particularly happy with the task he had been given by his boss.

He goes, ‘well someone did, and I have to find out who.’ He’s not laughing when he says it, he’s p*ssed off. What kind of a job assignment is that? I’ve gotta find out who took a s**t on my boss’s plane. The freakin best agent in the company who comes up with the greatest finishes, at least when I was there, the fans favorite finishes were either Freedbird’s or Triple H’s, and usually it was a combination of both and it wasn’t anyone else’s, and he’s having to find out who took a poop on the plane.

Prinze went on to say that whilst Hayes was unable to establish who had done the deed at the time, Prinze did then find out himself afterwards during a night spent with a number of writers and wrestlers. However, he said that everyone agreed at the time that they would never reveal who it was, and he stuck to it.

Macaulay Caulkin was recently a guest on Prinze’s podcast, and discussed how he wishes he could have become a writer for WWE.

With thanks to Wrestling Inc for the transcription.