BA, Ryanair and easyJet cabin crew selling X-rated content on OnlyFans
7th December 2020

SleazyJet! British Airways and easyJet probe ‘cabin crew’ selling X-rated snaps and videos on OnlyFans to make extra cash during global pandemic

  • Air hostesses are flogging the snaps and clips on X-rated websites like OnlyFans
  • Ebay accounts also list used shoes and tights worn by cabin crew for sale
  • Industry insiders say the hard up flight attendants are doing it for extra cash
  • The aviation industry has been hard hit by the global coronavirus pandemic 

Hard up air hostesses are flogging saucy snaps on X-rated websites and selling used shoes on eBay to make extra money during the coronavirus pandemic.

Cabin crew from British Airways, Ryanair and EasyJet all have illicit social media accounts where they post raunchy photos on board planes.

The stewardesses pose in their tights on aeroplane seats and also in the galley with airline logos clearly on display in some snaps.  

Flight attendants have also been selling used shoes and tights on eBay for between £3 and £180.

Flight attendants have been selling saucy snaps on X-rated websites like OnlyFans. Pictured: A woman who appears to be cabin crew for easyJet

The stewardesses pose in their tights on the seats and also in the galley in many of the pictured posted online

This social media account offers to sell ‘used cabin crew tights and shoes’ via social media

Some flight attendants have posted snaps of them wearing their cabin crew uniform on websites like Only Fans

Insiders say the number of cabin crew making cash on the side has increased since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

The aviation industry has been one of the worst hit, with many countries shutting their borders and banning travel.

An Instagram account called Cabin Crew Used was started in July flogging underwear, pictures and videos.

It says: ‘I’m a cabin crew. I have used pantyhose to sell. DM for pictures and videos.’

The unknown Ryanair stewardess also runs an OnlyFans page, where she charges £10 a month to subscribe.

OnlyFans allows creators to upload content behind a paywall and charge subscribers to see it – but the vast majority post X-rated videos and pictures.

The saucy Instagram page made its first post on July 27 in the midst of the pandemic.

This OnlyFans user calls herself ‘cabin crew goddess’ and posts pictures of her with her work uniform

Insiders say the number of cabin crew making cash on the side has increased since the start of the coronavirus pandemic

Flight attendants have also been selling used shoes and tights on eBay for between £3 and £180. Pictured: An eBay account selling used ‘cabin crew’ shoes

An Instagram account called Cabin Crew Used was started in July flogging underwear, pictures and videos

A video showed the stewardess wiggling her foot around on board a plane.

It said: ‘Hello everyone! Feel free to DM for anything in your mind, and ‘welcome onboard’.’

An EasyJet stewardess started a raunchy account in March – just when the coronavirus pandemic broke out.

She describes herself as a ‘Milf flight attendant from London, here to take care of all your foot fetish naughty needs’.

She regularly posts saucy snaps onboard posing next to the EasyJet logo.

The woman also has an OnlyFans account where she charges £6.50-a-month for raunchy mile high pictures and videos.

Two British Airways hostesses run saucy social media accounts and rake in cash on OnlyFans.

One, named Cabin Crew Goddess, regularly posts snaps of her legs in her BA uniform.

This air hostess calls herself an ‘elite British flight attendant’ on her social media account

A number of OnlyFans accounts claim to be run by cabin crew, such as this one offering content for $12 per month to subscribers

A user known as ‘Cabin Crew Goddess’ offers content for $15 per month on explicit website OnlyFans

It emerged last week a British Airways air hostess has been making extra money by selling her underwear online for £25 a pair and is even offering for customers to join the Mile High Club 

She charges £15-a-month for people to subscribe to her explicit OnlyFans site.

Another, called Stacey Anne, describes herself as British cabin crew.

She charges £12-a-month for her OnlyFans site, and also uploads pictures clad in her BA kit.

Last week, British Airways it was announced it was investigating claims that a mystery stewardess was offering sex onboard flights.

She was believed to advertise ‘on-board adult entertainment’ on social media to anyone willing to pay.

Images include her in her underwear, pulling up her skirt, hidden in the galley out of sight of passengers, and one with her legs propped up captioned: ‘Dear passenger, I am your in flight entertainment. What would you like me to do?’ 

The anonymous flight attendant, who claims she works for British Airways, earns extra cash by selling her underwear online for £25 a pair, and charges more for one-to-one services.  

A cabin crew insider said that this kind of lurid behaviour had been going on for years, but since the coronavirus pandemic there had been an increase.

She said: ‘I do not find this surprising, as this has been going on for a while.

Industry insiders say cabin crew are turning to explict websites to make money after the aviation industry was hit hard by the pandemic

This social media account is run by someone claiming to be British Airways cabin crew and offers to sell tights to customers

This post from Instagram acount ‘Cabin Crew Used’ tells readers ‘Welcome onboard’ 

‘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 said: ‘We expect the highest standard of behaviour from all of our colleagues at all times and we are investigating the claims.’

An EasyJet spokesman commented: ‘This is not reflective of the high standards we expect or representative of our highly professional crew. We will be investigating the matter.’

Ryanair has been contacted for comment. 

Source: Read Full Article