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Couple meets on plane; busted trying to join Mile High Club

You thought planes moved fast.


The New York Post reports a couple of strangers who met onboard a packed Virgin Atlantic flight out of London ended up getting busted attempting to join the Mile High Club halfway into their 11-hour trip to Cancun.

Opening the bathroom door and finding the man standing with pants down and the woman seated on the toilet, a stewardess asked: "Would you jeopardize your holiday for a blowjob?"

The Post reports fellow passengers noticed the woman — appearing to be drunk — started talking to the guy just after they boarded Boeing 747 on March 13.

Thankfully, someone was alert enough to snag the incident:


"She turned up on the plane totally sloshed at 12:30 p.m.," The Sun quotes a passenger as saying. "She was very friendly and approached me and my pal for a chat."

However, the woman decided on a different target and began talking with him. Word is the pair shared a kiss and then headed to the economy-class bathroom.

"It was so obvious," the man said. "Everyone knew what was happening because she had been so loud and rowdy."

But alert stewardesses began to bang on the door.

Likely because she was drunk, the trouble didn't end when the woman returned to her seat. She began arguing with her friend. In the end, both the man and the woman were sent to another area of the plane.

The Sun reports Virgin Atlantic said the woman has been banned from all future flights.

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