Flight attendants on in-flight porn usage

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Now that in-flight internet is becoming a normal option, a certain taboo activity is popping up more and more during those long, lonely flights. A few airlines have taken the issue upon themselves to lock down certain themed sites but that doesn’t rule out already downloaded material. Then other airlines, such as American Airlines, are offering unfiltered service and thus leaving the discretion up to the user — and flight attendants.

It isn’t like attendants don’t have enough to do already, pimping their airlines food and $8 headphones, but now they have to be on the lookout for solo mile-high club attendees. According to a Fox News report, American Airlines feels strongly about not limiting available content and has empowered flight attendants to deal with whatever sticky situations might arise. 

“You can well imagine a parent flying with a child seated next to somebody, in the extreme case, seated next to somebody watching pornography.” said Jones. “There’s always going to be someone who probably steps over the line. What’s interesting is, the question is, ‘how do we deal with this person?”

Who in their right mind would think that it’s cool to pop open a laptop and cruise for some fresh Jesse Jane flicks when sitting next to a kid? Seriously. I just hope that when American Airlines say they have empowered flight attendant that the company means that the attendants are armed with tasers for such, um, occasions. 

But anyway, in case you haven’t picked up on the side story of this post, American Airlines doesn’t have a filter on their new service. Just so you know.

image source: airlines.net

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