Brits fly high for porking in the sky
BRITS are the most likely flyers to join the mile high club, a study of cabin crew found.
A poll of 600 staff carried out by travel search site Sky Scanner found that passengers from Blighty were top of the list for getting frisky.
They were followed by Australians, Germans, French and Brazilians.
The study also found three quarters of air crew had been chatted up at work, with one in seven admitting to going on dates with passengers.
Former air hostess Karin Noble, now working for Sky Scanner, said: “People often become bored and restless during the flight, especially if it’s long haul, so to ease the boredom some try a bit of in-flight entertainment of their own.
“And our survey shows that it is the Brits who go the extra mile!”