Gay punk! Yay! With it's risqu? lyrics about giving head and gay teenage relationships, Elton Motello's “Jet Boy, Jet Girl” is–no surprise–not without its controversy. It received a FCC fine for obscenity when it was played on the radio in 1989. A non-sensical, non-offensive version of the song called “Ca plane pour moi” was recorded by Plastic Bertrand much to Alan Ward (singer/song writer behind Elton Motello)'s shagrin. He never persued legal action, but the song was pretty much stolen from him because his original lyrics would never sell.