TMZ reports that the actress and former child star tried to board a private jet recently with no identification and no passport, and when she was refused she tried to use Google to prove her identity. Of course, even a cursory glance at Google once her name is typed in will bring up thousands of articles, but they're probably not what one wants to use when trying to validate themselves. Needless to say, the airline laughed in her face (probably) and turned her away.
"Amanda Bynes was flat-out rejected from a private jet flight in Jersey after trying to use GOOGLE as a substitute for her government ID"
— heather (@hoetbh) May 23, 2013
Like if I'm a pilot and I Google Amanda Bynes, isn't what pops up the absolute last person you'd want on your flight?
— Matt Lindner (@mattlindner) May 23, 2013
— Jordan Valinsky (@jordan327) May 23, 2013