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The couple «performed a sexual act on a BA flight from Heathrow to Dublin» in front of «disgusted» passengers


The couple were filmed allegedly performing a sexual act on a BA flight to Dublin in front of «disgusted» passengers.

Shocking footage taken on an early morning flight from London Heathrow to Dublin last Tuesday shows a woman touching a man under a ‘scarf’.

Horrified passengers who witnessed the bawdy behavior claimed the pair were «constantly at it» as the plane flew across the Irish Sea.

Farrah, 26, was on the plane with her mother and brother and filmed the couple.

She said: “Every time I spoke I turned to look at my brother and then I saw a lot of energetic movement in the other seats on the other side.

The couple were filmed allegedly performing a sexual act on a BA flight to Dublin in front of «disgusted» passengers.

Farrah, 26, was on the plane with her mother and brother and filmed the couple.  She said: 'Every time I spoke I turned to look at my brother and then I saw a big energetic movement in the other seats on the other side.

Farrah, 26, was on the plane with her mother and brother and filmed the couple. She said: ‘Every time I spoke I turned to look at my brother and then I saw a big energetic movement in the other seats on the other side.

«It was very blatant. She was constantly, for 15 to 20 minutes of the flight, with this guy.

“They just carried on, which was shocking because there were children on the plane. There was a child running around who could have seen it.

“It was just disgusting to be honest.

Farrah, from west London, claims she spotted the couple falling in love on the cramped plane shortly after take-off during the short hour-long journey.

She said: “We were about 38 minutes into the flight when I noticed it. It was quite embarrassing for me to sit with my brother and witness this.

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“It was one of the smaller planes, so it was much closer than the bigger planes.

“You had kids running up and down the aisles, between the ages of four and eight.

“A couple of them looked five or six, and then maybe there were a few who looked like they were eight or nine.

“At that age, when they’re running around, they’re going to be looking at something like that.

She added: «They covered themselves with a scarf, but as adults it was quite obvious what they were doing.»

A British Airways spokesman said: “Our fellow cabin crew have not been made aware of any issue on board.

«Had they been informed, they would have taken the appropriate steps to address it.»



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