An investigation has been launched by British Airways after a mystery stewardess has been brought to the airline’s attention after she’s advertised sex between flights and onboard experiences.
An air hostess is believed to have been enticing British Airway clients by taking saucy shots of herself onboard flights and sharing them on social media.
It is also believed that she is selling her knickers online and is offering “onboard adult entertainment” to anyone who is willing to pay.
In one of the shots that have been circulating, the stewardess can be seen hitching up her skirt while in the galley kitchen. In another, she is in the toilet wearing only tights, the caption of the photo being: “No panties on Sundays.”
The stewardess goes by the name Airhostess71 on her blog. The crew member says: “You will need to pay a securing fee of £50 to meet. Prices vary depending on the requested meeting – no negotiating.
“If you have booked a hotel for work, the meet will take place there [London].
“If you ever want adult entertainment onboard, all you have to do is give me a sum of money and you’ll be treated to a whole different experience of your choice.”
For a pair of her knickers, she has been charging £25 and also says that she is happy to meet punters who are abroad if she is away with work, adding: “You would need to book another hotel or protection and privacy.”
An employee of British Airways has told The Sun: “She is clearly prostituting herself and boosting her business by using photos taken onboard BA planes.
“She is wearing the airline uniform and there’s no doubt she’s a stewardess. It is shocking dereliction of duty and not the image BA wants of its cabin crew.”
However, another crew member was more sympathetic and pointed out that times have been tough for those in the airline industry.
Many of had their pairs cut amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Yet they added that the stewardess is “placing herself in great danger” by advertising her services in such a way.
A British Airways spokesperson said: “We expect the highest standard of behaviour from all of our colleagues at all times, and we are investigating the claims.”