British Airways stewardess ‘is selling sex between flights and even offering paying customers the chance to join the Mile High Club’
- Anonymous flight attendant posts saucy pictures of herself in uniform on planes
- Offers customers chance to join the Mile High Club or to have one-to-one meets
- British Airways announced it had launched an investigation into woman’s posts
A British Airways stewardess ‘is selling sex between flights and even offering paying customers the chance to join the Mile High Club’.
The flight attendant posts saucy pictures on her Facebook page while onboard in her uniform.
Images include her in her underwear, pulling up her skirt, hidden in the galley out of sight of passengers, and one with her legs propped up captioned: ‘Dear passenger, I am your in flight entertainment. What would you like me to do?’
A British Airways air hostess has been making extra money by selling her underwear online for £25 a pair and is even offering for customers to join the Mile High Club
The anonymous flight attendant, who told The Sun she works for British Airways, earns extra cash by selling her underwear online for £25 a pair, and charges more for one-to-one services.
On her blog she suggests she would be willing to offer ‘adult entertainment’ during a flight if the customer is able to pay.
She said: ‘You will need to pay a securing fee of £50 to meet. Prices vary depending on the requested meet — no negotiating.
‘If I have booked a hotel for work, the meet will take place there (London).’
The anonymous woman posts saucy pictures of herself on board flights in her uniform on social media
The stewardess also meets people in other countries as long as the person she is due to meet pays for another hotel ‘for protection and privacy’.
And it is not just BA customers she has been engaging with, the anonymous woman claims she has also moments of passion with fellow crew members.
One of her posts, in which she is pictured with a glass of wine between her toes, she claimed she was getting drunk with her pilot ‘so he can do whatever he wants to me’.
The posts have caught the attention of fellow BA members of staff and the airline has now launched an investigation
A spokesperson for British Airways said: ‘We expect the highest standard of behaviour from all of our colleagues at all times, and we are investigating the claims.’
The employees antics have also caught the attention of other British Airways employees, with one claiming she is ‘prostituting herself’ and called her actions ‘a dereliction of duty’.
Another member of staff suggested her move to make some extra money may point to a wider issue of cash shortages for airline staff due to the pandemic.
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