international

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

 

Australians high on the Mile High Club: survey

‘Two in three Australian travelers are either members of the notorious Mile High Club or would like to be a member, a survey showed on Monday.

Asked if they would consider a mid-air sexual encounter, almost half of 1,110 people surveyed wanted an adventure, while 12 percent already had mile-high membership wings.

“People are obviously looking for more stimulating entertainment than a movie or a CD when traveling by plane,” Totaltravel.com global marketing manager Paul Fisher said.

A flight attendant for Australia’s flag carrier Qantas was sacked last year after claiming to have had a tryst with actor Ralph Fiennes in a business class lavatory during a flight from Darwin to Mumbai.’




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