Female British Airways and Ryanair crew members ‘flog’ X-rated images on OnlyFans to earn money amid pandemic
According to sources, these kinds of accounts have increased in the recent past after the Covid-19 outbreak
Female crew members of British Airways, EasyJet, and Ryanair have allegedly started to sell X-rated videos and pictures on their OnlyFans accounts to earn extra cash amid the coronavirus pandemic. The staff members have shared adult content while being in their uniform and onboard planes, The Sun reported. The women are also selling used shoes and tights on eBay for up to $240.
According to sources, these kinds of accounts have increased in the recent past after the Covid-19 outbreak. In July, an account on Instagram -- named Cabin Crew Used -- sold underwear, pictures, and videos. The description of the page read, “I’m a cabin crew. I have used pantyhose to sell. DM for pictures and videos.”
The name of the Ryanair stewardess is not known, but it has been reported that she also runs an OnlyFans page, where she charges $13.39 monthly to subscribe. A video of her showed her shaking her foot around onboard a flight. “Hello everyone! Feel free to DM for anything in your mind, and ‘welcome on board’,” it said.
As per The Sun report, a cabin crew member of EasyJet launched a raunchy account in March just when the pandemic hit most parts of the world. The unknown woman referred to herself as a “Milf flight attendant from London, here to take care of all your foot fetish naughty needs”. Besides, she also handles an OnlyFans account, charging $8.70 monthly for saucy content.
British Airways staff members are also not reportedly behind in such shenanigans as one such worker, named Cabin Crew Goddess, daily shares images of her legs in her official uniform. Her charge is $20 a month for her sexy photos on her OnlyFans account. Another stewardess identified as Stacey Anne calls herself British cabin crew. She takes nearly $16 per month for her OnlyFans site.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that British Airways has launched an investigation to find the truth behind these claims. A source said, “I do not find this surprising, as this has been going on for a while. But I think because of Covid, more and more cabin crew are trying to make money on the side. People have been selling shoes and tights for years. As long as no one is getting harmed, I don’t mind what people do in private. But I think, because of the pandemic, cabin crew are choosing to do more and more. At British Airways, staff have had salary cuts. Perhaps this has pushed people further, and more cabin crew are doing it.”
A British Airways spokesman commented on the allegation as they stated: “We expect the highest standard of behavior from all of our colleagues at all times and we are investigating the claims.” EasyJet also released a statement as its spokesperson was quoted as saying, “This is not reflective of the high standards we expect or representative of our highly professional crew. We will be investigating the matter.”