Pilots in strife for NSFW photos taken mid-flight

Pilots in strife for NSFW photos taken mid-flight

German airline, Condor Airlines, is in hot water after its pilots allegedly shared videos of flight attendants engaged in sex acts with colleagues.

To make matters worse, the subjects were reportedly filmed onboard flights.

According to Daily Mail, Condor, which is owned by British travel company Thomas Cook, is attempting to prevent these saucy pics from being circulated, with the staff involved threatened with dismissal and possible criminal charges.

The company warned in an internal website statement earlier this year, that this behaviour could lead to being fired, while the criminal offence relates to a flight being endangered, which comes with up to two years in prison if found guilty.

It’s unclear if the pictures were taken during flights, which would be considered a danger to passengers. And you know, just super inappropriate.

“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,” the website message said, according to German news magazine Focus.

Per Daily Mail, a Condor Airlines spokesperson 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.”

It comes after a British Airways pilot was suspended last year for a similar offence.

Photographs of a man performing a sex act while wearing women’s stockings – at the controls of a plane – surfaced, despite the pilot denying the photos were of him.

The photographs also showed porn mags scattered about the aircraft’s controls. Oh lord.

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