Cancun, Q.R. — A woman has been banned from all future Virgin Atlantic flights after becoming aggressive toward a fellow passenger.
The incident occurred during a 11-hour flight from Gatwick in London to Cancun International when two people, who reportedly met during the flight, entered the economy bathroom for sex. The pair of strangers were interrupted by a stewardess asking, “Would you jeopardize your holiday for a blowjob?”
Stunned passengers watched the seemingly drunk woman, who only moments before, began chatting with the fellow flyer. After sharing a kiss, the two headed to the toilet.
The airline crew opened the bathroom door to find the man standing and the woman seated on the toilet. A man eventually came out of the toilet and returned to his seat.
In an interview after, one passenger told The Sun, “She turned up on the plane totally sloshed at 12:30 p.m. She was very friendly and approached me and my pal for a chat.
“The woman then struck up a bond with a guy who was traveling on his own and sat across the aisle from her. They were kissing. They were both in their late 20s, but were total strangers before getting on the plane.
“Minutes later she disappeared into the toilet, and he followed her in. It was so obvious. Everyone knew what was happening because she had been so loud and rowdy.”
The woman also eventually emerged and returned to her seat where she was videoed moments later in a fight with a female gal-pal passenger. The friend replied, “Don’t you f—ing ever … Do you understand me?”
The woman from the bathroom was also accused of throwing drinks inside the cabin. The pilot radioed Cancun to have police meet the aircraft when it landed. Officers are videoed boarding the plane, where they removed the woman and her belongings.
Virgin Atlantic said, “Flight VS93 from Gatwick to Cancun on March 13 was met by the authorities on arrival due to disruptive behavior on board.
“The safety and well-being of our customers and crew is our top priority, and we won’t tolerate any behavior that compromises this.”
Several days after the incident, Virgin Atlantic said, “As a result, the disruptive customer has now been banned from all future travel on Virgin Atlantic aircraft.”
There is no update if Mexican authorities charged the woman or simply escorted her off the plane.