The airline Cathay Pacific is conducting an investigation related to the photographs that allegedly showed a stewardess performing oral sex on a pilot on a passenger plane from Hong Kong.
Photo of stewardess and the pilot caused the uproar AFP news agency on Monday (08/80/2011) report, a number of photographs of scenes that have been published in local Chinese-language media. The photographs showed women dressed in red uniforms, which resemble Cathay cabin crew uniforms, perform oral sex on a man, who said the report was a pilot.
"We are conducting a full investigation of the issue and there are some indications that the woman shown in photographs it can be a member of our cabin crew," said Cathay spokeswoman said in a statement.
"Our investigations are ongoing and we can not tell at this point," the statement said, without commenting on the identity of the man, who dressed in a picture circulating Cathay pilots were not in uniform.
"There is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that the action takes place in flight, and there is no reason to believe that security breaches have occurred," added the spokesman.
A company spokesman was quoted as saying in a separate commentary for the daily South China Morning Post said, "One of the pictures appear to have been taken inside an aircraft cockpit. There is no no way to know for sure if the photo was taken when the aircraft was in ladasan or air."
Reports in the Hong Kong media said the pictures have been widely circulated in an online forum for pilots. The reports added that the two men in the photographs is a partner.
According to the Chinese-language newspaper, Apple Daily, the pilot, a stranger, has launched a lawsuit against the newspaper. The pilot said that the photographs had been stolen from his personal computer and that he had reported the case to the police.
Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong's top airline, has 13,000 staff worldwide, including more than 8,000 cabin crew and 4,000 people working at the airport. [Tribunnews]
To see the original photo (adult) klik DI SINI