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March 19, 2018 Headline News No Comments Email Email

Travellers have had to contend with several disturbing incidents of brazen public sexual behaviour over the past week

On a packed Virgin Atlantic flight, a couple who had met just minutes beforehand proceeded to have sex in one of the plane’s lavatories until interrupted by flight attendants.

Crew opened the toilet door and found the man standing with his trousers down and the woman sitting on the seat, London’s Sun newspaper reported.

Passengers say the woman boarded the flight “totally sloshed” at London Gatwick and began chatting with the man shortly after they both boarded a holiday flight to Cancun, Mexico.

They were then observed entering a toilet together until cabin crew intervened. Eventually three flight attendants were banging on the door and demanding they come out, the report said. Passengers clapped and jeered as cabin crew escorted the pair, both in their late 20s, back to separate seats.

The two were total strangers before getting on the plane, a friend of the man said.

Virgin Atlantic stated: “Flight VS93 from Gatwick to Cancun on March 13 was met by the authorities on arrival due to disruptive behaviour on board. The safety and wellbeing of our customers and crew is our top priority, and we won’t tolerate any behaviour that compromises this.”

MEANWHILE, a woman flying from Brisbane to Sydney on Tigerair was horrified when a man began masturbating next to her.

The woman says that just before takeoff, a man “in his early 20s with a shaved back head and long ponytail at the top”, wearing sunglasses and earphones, sat down and soon after takeoff started his unpleasant in-flight behaviour.

The woman told she complained to the flight attendant but cabin crew failed to address the situation.

“I was freaked out, it made me feel very uncomfortable, I’ve never been in that situation before.”

The man then touched her arm and showed her a message he had written on his mobile: “I’m sorry about before if that made you feel uncomfortable.” Later he showed her another message: “I think you’re really beautiful, do you have a boyfriend?”

The woman claims to have emailed a complaint to Tigerair but says they just apologised “for any inconvenience caused” and ignored the masturbation claim. She is “upset and disappointed” by their reply.

It’s not just in the air. A train passenger travelling on Sydney Trains South Coast line was fined AUD 700 last week for letting a woman he had only just met perform a sex act on him in a railway carriage in the late morning.

The defendant, a father of three from Wollongong, said the female stranger approached him on the station platform and asked him if he fancied having sexual intercourse – though she used much more direct terms.

The man said he agreed to have the woman perform a sex act on him in the carriage and no money changed hands. The liaison was filmed on CCTV security cameras and staff detained the pair when the train pulled into Wollongong Railway Station.

“I didn’t know they had cameras all throughout the train,” the man ruefully told the Illawarra Mercury.

The magistrate said such behaviour would not be tolerated.

“There’s a line in relation to decency in our community and you have well and truly crossed it,” the magistrate said.

The woman involved has not been charged over the incident, so far as is known.

Written by Peter Needham

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