She Caused a Disruption *After* Her Onboard Sex Act

Alright, crazy passenger stories happen at least somewhat regularly.

A woman flying British Airways from Kingston, Jamaica to London Gatwick “was arrested on suspicion of being drunk on an aircraft” which I did not realize was even a crime. (“I’m glad to have never been arrested, then” half the people reading this think to themselves.)

Here’s the piece of the story I don’t get:

Apparently the disturbance wasn’t caused by the sex act. It was caused after that. The stripping and whatnot, on the BA flight, was itself merely ‘being cheeky’.

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Comments

  1. Many readers here would get life in prison…How else can most of us afford to drink 3 bottles of Krug WITHOUT being drunk on an aircraft? 🙂

  2. It does seem like a disproportionate number of drunken passenger stories emanate from the UK. I’m not sure if this is a result of their active, English-language media, or the possibility that there are more bad-behaving drunk Brits than other people.

  3. Hmmm….sounds like she should have been rewarded for providing what had to be better than any other inflight entertainment available.

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