“Coffee, Tea, Or Me?” Stewardess Invites Flyers To 35,000-Foot Club

Nov 29, 2020 | 

Fox News – Photos of the flight attendant’s risqué ads on social media were first reported by The Sun.

The photos show her in a variety of suggestive poses while in uniform on the plane.

For $33 a passenger can be the new owner of her underwear, twice that will be a “securing fee” where a prospective “client” can meet her at a hotel, according to the paper.

Passengers are also promised unspecified “adult entertainment on-board” if the price is right.

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She allegedly wrote”

“All you have to do is give me a sum of money and you’ll be treated to a whole different experience of your choice”  … 

Some airlines have been all too happy to sexualize female flight attendants in advertising.


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