Mum of lad caught joining mile high club on EasyJet flight speaks out
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The mother of a man who was reportedly caught having sex on an EasyJet flight has spoken out about the video.
A viral 30-second clip sees an EasyJet flight attendant opening the toilet door to witness a man with an unnamed woman in, let's just say, a compromising position.
Watch below as the woman is cheered on by passengers:
EasyJet confirmed that police were informed of the 'behaviour of two passengers onboard'.
“It’s not something a mum wants to see.
“Piers doesn’t want to talk about it. He probably just wants to forget it.
“You’re aware these things are going to happen at the holiday destination but you don’t expect it to happen on the flight.
“But he’s a 23-year-old single lad on his birthday, going to Ibiza. It’s a party plane.
"You just don’t think about stuff sometimes. Yes it’s embarrassing but I don’t think they were doing anyone any harm.”
She added: “I don’t think he knew her.
“They were all just having a good time in the airport and then this happened.
“The air steward shouldn’t have just opened the door. The whole flight was egging him on and even he was laughing.”
An EasyJet spokesperson said: "We can confirm that this flight from Luton to Ibiza on 8 September was met by police on arrival due to the behaviour of two passengers onboard."
According to the Sexual Offences Act 2003, sexual activity in a public lavatory can be an offence.
A person commits an offence if they are in a lavatory to which the public or a section of the public has or is permitted to have access, whether on payment or otherwise, if they intentionally engage in an activity, and if the activity is sexual.
"For the purposes of this section, an activity is sexual if a reasonable person would, in all the circumstances but regardless of any person’s purpose, consider it to be sexual," the law states.
"A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on summary conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale or both."