Professionalism and composure is expected of hospitality and service crew at all times, which includes flight attendants. That is why staff and officials at a Singapore hotel were disturbed by the behaviour of their guests who are crew members of British Airways. A woman and two men who are crew members of the airline have been suspended for allegedly participating in a drunken and naked dare in a Singapore hotel.
According to a report by The Sun, the crew members allegedly stole alcoholic beverages from the plane to “have a good time.” They partied in the hotel during their layover after a 14-hour flight from London.
The source quoted by the report said that the crew members were known to be “frisky.”
“There was snogging and stripping and fumbling between the crew members, who were all naked.”
The crew members then played a drunken game of “spin the bottle” which involved increasingly ridiculous and lewd dares.
One of the more extreme dares, and the dare which led them all into deep trouble, involved running through the hotel corridor while being in the nude. To double the risk, they had to knock on the doors of other hotel rooms, disturbing the guests.
Reports have not indicated which Singapore hotel accommodated the British Airways crew. Hotel officials were already tired of the crew’s drunken antics which allegedly also include sexual assault and throwing one of the hotel staff into the pool.
An unnamed cabin crew member expressed disgust at the behaviour which, as quoted in a report by The New Paper, was disappointing but not surprising. The crew have been in hot water over their notorious and unruly behaviour when intoxicated, often getting themselves in compromising sexual situations.
British airways is the flag carrier of the United Kingdom. In a statement regarding the incident, British Airways said “We expect the highest standards of behaviour from our teams around the world at all times and we are investigating what happened.”
The three cabin crew members were sent home and have been suspended from their duties./TISG