It seems that Scott Disick may finally have lost his grip on reality entirely.
For example, the erstwhile “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star appears to no longer be able to recognize the difference between a Las Vegas megaclub and a midsize upstate New York bar and restaurant.
We’re told Disick, 38, was booked to make a personal appearance Friday night at Gaffney’s in Saratoga Springs — which is described by Google as a “stalwart, comfy eatery with a garden patio” and which serves an onion ring tower for $11 — and called on Thursday to ask if the restaurant had a “spare plane” that could come and pick him up from the Hamptons.
Though the restaurant didn’t have an initial plane, never mind a spare plane, the Gaffney’s team gamely tried — for the first time in the history of the establishment — to make arrangements for a private jet to ferry a special guest to the gig.
Meanwhile, we’re told Disick’s team called again to say they’d found their own ride to the spot after all, and wouldn’t need the jet.
But on Friday — the day of the event — Team Scott called once more saying they now needed a helicopter to bring him the 150 miles or so to the sleepy town just north of Albany.
Once again the Gaffney’s gang ventured into the unfamiliar world of private aviation to try to get Disick to the event — only to be told once more that Disick & Co. had made their own arrangements.
But then his team called yet again to say the chopper had fallen through — and that he wasn’t going to make it to the party.
We’re told the restaurant had to refund a slew of table reservations it had sold on the back of Disick’s appearance, and bosses are now mulling legal action against Disick to recoup the losses.
To make matters worse, the Friday appearance was supposed to be a make-up event after Disick had canceled on them the previous week.
Reps for Disick didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment.