Here is a funny scandal from Hong Kong with a local airline launching a "full investigation" into cockpit sex allegations after the leaking of oral sex photos. Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways is investigating pictures that appear to show a pilot receiving oral sex from a flight attendant while in one of their commercial airplane cockpit. Now we know why they call it the cockpit! LOL... The low quality photos of the act, featuring a woman in a red outfit not unlike those of Cathay Pacific's flight attendants and a pilot, have circulated through Chinese media.
The woman in the photograph was wearing what appeared to be an official Cathay Pacific stewardess uniform but her identify had yet to be confirmed, said a spokesperson from Cathay Pacific. The spokesperson added the male was "not identifiable as the face is not shown." The Cathay Pacific spokesperson said, "We are conducting a full investigation into the matter and there are some indications that the female shown in the photos may be a member of our cabin crew. There is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that the act took place in-flight, and there are no reasons to believe that any safety breaches have occurred."
So with his lady friend known to the company the pilot, who is apparently not from Hong Kong, issued a legal letter to local paper Apple Daily saying the photos had been stolen from his personal computer and he had filed a police report. Rumors are the flight attendant is from Hong Kong and may be fired soon from the airline. But Cathay Pacific Airways is worrying a sexual harassment lawsuit. According to some reports, the two are a couple and still together despite this scandal. The National Post is reporting:
HONG KONG — Cathay Pacific said Sunday it had launched a “full investigation” into photos allegedly showing a flight attendant performing oral sex on a pilot aboard an aircraft of the Hong Kong carrier.
Several pixellated photos of the act have been published in local Chinese-language media, showing the woman in a red outfit resembling Cathay’s cabin crew uniform giving oral sex to a man who the reports said was a pilot.
“We are conducting a full investigation into the matter and there are some indications that the female shown in the photos may be a member of our cabin crew,” a Cathay spokeswoman said in a statement to AFP.
“Our investigations are continuing and we have nothing further to add at this stage,” she said, without commenting on the identity of the man, whose clothing in the published photo did not appear to be Cathay pilot uniform.
“There is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that the act took place inflight, and there are no reasons to believe that any safety breaches have occurred,” the spokeswoman added.
A spokesman for the firm was quoted as saying in separate comments to the South China Morning Post newspaper: “One of the photos appears to have been taken inside an aircraft cockpit. There is no way to tell conclusively whether the photo was taken while the aircraft was on the ground or airborne.”
Reports in Hong Kong media said the pictures had been widely circulated on an online forum for pilots, and added that the duo in the photos were a couple.
According to the Chinese-language Apple Daily, the pilot — a foreigner — has issued a legal letter to the newspaper saying the photos had been stolen from his personal computer and that he had lodged a police report.
Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong’s top airline, has 13,000 staff around the world, including more than 8,000 cabin crew and 4,000 working in airports, according to its website.
Some industry sources even suspected the photos' release was part of a malicious stunt to hurt the company. But I think its not a malicious effort but rather two people just having fun at work. And the sharing of sex photos with friends... In one of the photos, the flight attendant reveals her backside possible without panties in one of the co-pilot chairs. In another photo, she performs oral sex on the male pilot. The original leaked photos were taken of a computer monitor with a smartphone. Click on pictures to enlarge.
See the animated recreation from Apple Daily of the incident in the video below:
Thanks to several anonymous contributors.