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Three cabin crew face the sack for their wild antics in British Airways

06 July 2019  

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LONDON: Three British Airways cabin crew face the sack for running naked through a hotel during a boozed-up orgy. The trio were sent home and suspended following a debauched game of “spin the bottle” in Singapore. Insiders said the group smuggled booze off the plane to “have a good time” after a 14-hour flight from Heathrow.

After getting drunk on the stopover, the woman and two men were dared to strip and run down a corridor, banging on doors of other guests. The source said: “Drinking is far too expensive in Singapore for the young fleet, so provisions are taken for everyone to have a good time after.

“There were some frisky crew on this plane. There was snogging and stripping and fumbling between the crew, who were all naked.” “It didn’t take long for ‘spin the bottle’ to start — it’s a drinking game with ludicrous and increasingly daring forfeits designed to get everyone steaming drunk. “Suddenly, three were tasked with running up and down the corridors to create havoc. In their state they didn’t think this was a bad idea.” (Agencies)


Publish Date : 06 July 2019 14:31 PM

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