Shortly after Australian aviation authorities announced that Santa Claus was given clearance to bring his sleigh and team of reindeer into the nation's airspace, the fat, bearded man was spotted flying his sleigh within spitting distance of a commercial airliner. Watch this video provided by 9News Australia.
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When I first saw the photo of Santa standing over a wrecked vintage Porsche in New York City (above) I thought it all seemed just a little too perfect. I even assumed it was maybe a commercial shoot. It wasn't. Now Santa's chimed in to explain exactly what happened.
This young handsome beardless Santa celebrated Boxing Day by crashing his vintage Porsche 911 into a traffic signal at the corner of 5th Avenue and 19th Street in New York. What happened here? UPDATE!
Of all the despicable things we've seen this Christmas, topping the list is probably this new "environmentally friendly" Evos sleigh from Ford, which the company admits will force many a reindeer into an early "retirement" and "dramatically downsize" Santa's organization. Poor Rudolph, he never saw EcoBoost coming.
In a desperate attempt to make Santa's "nice" list, automakers have been busy designing the jolly elf-enslaver a new sleigh. But can you really improve on 13 reindeer power?
Aston Martin Sleigh
Over the last 25 years, various generations of "The Christmas Truck" have brightened the holiday season, figuratively and blindingly literally, for residents of Central Iowa. Here's the story of the virgin birth of this brilliant piece of low-tech yuletide celebration.
Brandenburg, Germany is our kind of place. Rather than a fake sled running on top of a tractor, their Santa Claus parade features a freakin' Ford Focus RS. We'll be nice, we promise. Photo Credit: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images
A group of freedom-loving Santas stealthily disabled a series of traffic cameras in Tempe, Arizona by adorning the devices in camera-blocking Christmas ornamentation. The ninja santas' message?