Airlines are looking into claims that cabin crew members are selling nudes on sites like OnlyFans after being left strapped for cash during the pandemic.
Social media accounts and eBay listings have been spotted that show users selling photos, videos and even used tights and shoes, with images of the inside of various branded aircraft.
The women in the pictures are sprawled over empty seats and can be seen in the galley area, with the logos of the airlines on show in some of them.
One of them is an unknown member of staff, who runs an OnlyFans page and has an Instagram account to promote it. She charges £10 a month to subscribe.
The page first posted on 27 July and includes a video of the woman's feet.
She wrote: "Hello everyone! Feel free to DM for anything in your mind, and 'welcome onboard'."
Another account allegedly belongs to an EasyJet air hostess. She says she is a 'milf flight attendant from London, here to take care of all your foot fetish naughty needs'.
Many of her photos have the EasyJet logo and her OnlyFans account states that she charges £6.50 a month to subscribe.
There are also two accounts that apparently belong to British Airways members of staff who run similar accounts, again, linking to their OnlyFans.
One is called Cabin Crew Goddess, and the account has regular posts of her legs in her uniform. This one charges £15 for a monthly subscription to her OnlyFans account.
Another is called Stacey Anne and she also says she works for a British airline - hers costs £12 a month.
As reported by Mail Online, an insider said: "I do not find this surprising, as this has been going on for a while.
"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 spokesperson told LADbible: "We expect the highest standard of behaviour from all of our colleagues at all times and we are investigating the claims."
An EasyJet rep said: "This is not reflective of the high standards we expect or representative of our highly professional crew. We are investigating the matter."
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Topics: UK News
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