Woman arrested after 'stripping and performing solo sex act on plane'

Roshina Jowaheer
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A 46-year-old woman was arrested at Gatwick Airport after allegedly stripping off on a BA flight from Jamaica and performing a sex act on herself.

The Londoner, who was arrested on suspicion of being drunk on an aircraft, allegedly disrupted the flight on March 19, forcing cabin crew to ask for it to be met by police on arrival.

According to the Daily Mail, a British Airways spokesperson said: "We can confirm that police were requested to meet our flight from Kingston."

The woman was given a police caution for being drunk, the Daily Mirror reports.

In 2013, a couple pleaded guilty to engaging in oral sex on a flight from Oregon to Las Vegas.

Jessica Stroble, 33, and Christopher Martin, 44, were arrested when they stepped off the Allegiant Air flight from Oregon after horrified passengers complained to staff of their "lewd, indecent, and obscene" mid-air sex acts.

The pair was ordered to pay a fine of $250 (£155) each by U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge George Foley in Las Vegas.

According to The Associated Press, Martin's lawyer Lawrence Hill said his client was remorseful, had suffered personally and professionally, and wanted to put the incident behind him.

During the flight, one angry mother told flight attendants: "This is not the sex education I wanted to give my teenage sons."



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