British Airways boss is suspended ‘after selling sex for £800 between flights around the world’
- Manager also allegedly been moonlighting as a porn star while working for BA
- He is alleged to have charged £800 a night for stays with ‘punters’ near airports
- Whistleblower: ‘He could also be at risk of blackmail from a sex punter’
- BA have grounded cabin crew member pending an internal investigation
This is believed to be the online photo of a BA manager suspended over allegations he sold sex and starred in porn
British Airways today confirmed it has suspended a globetrotting senior cabin crew member after he was accused of selling sex for £800 between flights.
The manager, who hasn’t been named, has also allegedly been moonlighting as a porn star while working for the airline.
He is alleged to have charged £800 a night for stays with ‘sex punters’ near airports around the world – and could face the sack.
Ahead of landing in a foreign destination he would advertise online where he was landing so he could fit in the extra work around his flight rota, according to The Sun.
One whistleblower said he could open himself up to blackmail and claimed BA data could be at risk.
A source told the newspaper: ‘To use your BA career as a means to sell sex on a public site is completely unacceptable.
‘He is bringing the airline into disrepute and should be ashamed of his behaviour. He could also be at risk of blackmail from a sex punter, causing a potential security risk, or a threat over the release of sensitive information over BA and its passengers.’
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A senior member of BA cabin crew has been suspended amid claims he was selling sex and working as a porn star during foreign stopovers
British airways have confirmed an investigation is now underway and the manager has been suspended pending its outcome.
A spokesman said: ‘We have removed a member of cabin crew from duty pending further investigation.
‘We expect all our staff to maintain the very highest standards and levels of professionalism at all times’.
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