Watch this Friends deleted scene with bomb jokes that was axed around 9/11

The makers of the show hope the scenes can now be watched without offence...

by Laurence Mozafari |
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A scene was cut from Friends back in 2001, as it involved character Chandler Bing oking about bombs at an airport. The clip was due to air two weeks after the 9/11 attacks, so the makers of the show cut the clip as a mark of respect to those affected.

Taken from the episode called *The One Where Rachel Tells Ross, *it sees Monica and Chandler off on their honeymoon. The Chan-Man makes light of a sign that says it's prohibited to joke about bombing or hijacking aircraft.


Chandler then tells a security assistant: "You don't have to worry about me ma'am, I take my bombs very seriously."

The couple are quizzed by security staff in the hilarious clip that has made us miss Friends more than ever. It originally made its way onto YouTube back in 2007, but has resurfaced online, thanks to a Facebook video clip which has gone viral.

As we're being so nice to you, here's a whole bunch of deleted Friends clips, enjoy!

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