At 700 feet above Los Angeles, Zoey Tur realized she'd never flown a chopper in heels. "One thing I quickly discovered as a female pilot," she said. "Ditch the heels!"
The airborne reporter and pilot bent down, pulled off her pumps and threw them in the back seat. "I mean, really? Seriously?" she said, hovering above the city, one pantyhose-clad foot on the anti-torque pedal, one manicured hand on the cyclic control.