Pilots filming cabin crew in ‘clear sexual acts’
A GERMAN airline has allegedly issued warnings to pilots after rumours emerged they were sharing explicit videos and photos of colleagues having sex on flights.
Condor Airlines apparently threatened staff with dismissals and even criminal charges if X-rated images were discovered to be circulated, reported The Sun.
The move came after it emerged pilots were secretly filming stewardesses in sex acts and trading footage like "trophies", IBTimes reported.
Condor Airlines warned the behaviour was a criminal offence with those caught could face up to two years in prison.
The German-based British-owned airline allegedly posted the warning on its internal website in June.
According to German news magazine Focus, the website said: "We have learned of the following facts: within the circle of the pilots, there are obviously some colleagues secretly taking photos and/or video recordings of the female colleagues who show the affected persons in clear sexual acts."
Condor was launched in 1956 and flies to 80 destinations across the Europe, Asia, Africa, America and the Caribbean.
A Condor spokesman said: "We have been clear with our colleagues that there is no place in our organisation for this kind of inappropriate behaviour.
"We take any allegations of misconduct very seriously and we continue to investigate in the interests of all of our colleagues."
Last year, a British Airways pilot Colin Glover was suspended for X-rated selfies of himself while in a cockpit.
It was alleged he pleasured himself wearing stockings in the cockpit at 38,000 feet.
Glover denied the pictures the allegations.
This article was originally published on The Sun and was republished with permission.