We have found the uncensored photos of the Cathay Pacific Airways sex scandal.
The photo below is said to be the STAR of the sex scandal that rattles not only Cathay Pacific, but also the airline industry as a whole.
Cathay Pacific stops providing Apple Daily on its flights due to the recent alleged cockpit sex scandal
According to Apple Daily, Cathay Pacific said they did so to avoid discomfort and embarrassment of the cabin crew.
Cathay Pacific Airways has launched a full investigation after photos of a flight attendant giving a knobber to a pilot aboard an aircraft. The photos show a woman in a red outfit and sexy lingerie doing some naughty things in a commercial airplane cockpit with one of the pilots. In one of the photos, she reveals her backside (possibly no underwear) in one of the co-pilot chair. In another photo, she gives a knobber on the male pilot.
A Cathay spokeswoman told Agence France Presse, “We are conducting a full investigation into the matter and there are some indications that the female shown in the photos may be a member of our cabin crew.”
The pilot who took the photos issued a legal letter to a local paper called the ‘Apple Daily’ saying that his photos were stolen from his personal computer. He has been forced to file a police report.
Exclusive: UNCENSORED PHOTOS of the sex scandal can be found on … URL in the photo above.
Knobber In The Cockpit Scandal Rattles Airline Cathay Pacific
Several pixellated photos of the act have been published in local Chinese-language media, showing the woman in a red outfit resembling Cathay’s cabin crew uniform giving knobber to a man who the reports said was a pilot.
‘We are conducting a full investigation into the matter and there are some indications that the female shown in the photos may be a member of our cabin crew,’ a Cathay spokesman said in a statement to AFP.
A spokesman for the firm was quoted as saying in separate comments to the South China Morning Post newspaper: ‘One of the photos appears to have been taken inside an aircraft cockpit. There is no way to tell conclusively whether the photo was taken while the aircraft was on the ground or airborne.’
Well, see the photos and tell yourself if the scandalous rendezvous was performed airborne or not … In our humble opinion – It looks like it, it sounds like it, it even smells like it.
Looks like Cathay Pacific is now a member of the Scandal Hall of Fame … Congratulation.
Under Investigation: “Going Down” on an Airliner
by Liz Langley
The book you brought is proving less than stimulating, the in-flight film is a quarter-star affair and you have three hours ahead of you. Here’s an idea for something to do to pass the time …
“Cathay Pacific says it has launched a “full investigation” into photos which appear to show a flight attendant performing oral sex on a pilot aboard an aircraft of the Hong Kong carrier,” the AFP reports. In fairness, we have to tell you that an airline spokeswoman said, “There is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that the act took place in-flight, and there are no reasons to believe that any safety breaches have occurred,” begging the question of whether you get to be in the Mile High Club if you have sex on a grounded plane, or would that be the Half-Mile High Club or what?
“Full investigation,” we think, means they looked at them a lot.
The Hong Kong media has reported the couple to be a couple and China’s Apple Daily newspaper has a legal letter from the pilot saying that he’d lodged a police report about the pictures, which had been stolen from his computer.
This is the only kind of situation in which “plane” and “going down” in the same sentence are not such a bad thing.
ABOUT Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific (traditional Chinese: Jyutping: gwok taai hong hung gung si, SEHK: 0293) is the flag carrier of Hong Kong, with its head office and main hub located at Hong Kong International Airport, although the airline’s registered office is on the 33rd floor of One Pacific Place. The airline’s operations include scheduled passenger and cargo services to 114 destinations in 36 countries worldwide, including codeshares and joint ventures, with a fleet of 132 wide-body aircraft, consisting of Airbus A330s and A340s, Boeing 747s and 777s. The airline also operates fifth freedom flights from Bangkok and Taipei, its major focus cities. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Dragonair, operates to 29 destinations in the Asia-Pacific region from its Hong Kong base. In 2009, Cathay Pacific and Dragonair operated 56,000 flights, carrying nearly 25 million passengers and over 1.52 million tonnes of cargo and mail.
The airline was founded on 24 September 1946 by American Roy C. Farrell and Australian Sydney H. de Kantzow, with each man putting up HK$1 to register the airline. The airline made the world’s first non-stop transpolar flight flying over the North Pole in July 1998, and it also operated the maiden flight to arrive at the new Hong Kong International Airport. The airline celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2006; and as of October 2009[update], its major shareholders are Swire Pacific and Air China. It is reciprocally one of the major shareholders of Air China. Cathay Pacific currently holds the title of the world’s third largest airline, measured in terms of market capitalization, according to the International Air Transport Association. In 2010, Cathay Pacific became the world’s largest international cargo airline, along with main hub Hong Kong International Airport as the world’s busiest airport in terms of cargo traffic.
Cathay Pacific is a founding member of the Oneworld alliance, with its subsidiary, Dragonair, as an affiliate member. The airline was awarded the title 2009 Airline of the Year by Skytrax. Cathay Pacific is one of the seven airlines to be ranked as a 5-star airline by the independent research consultancy firm Skytrax.
NB: NSFW pictures of the sex scandal can be found at the world’s most scandalous site … you know which one.