Airline bans in- flight Killing Eve lesbo kiss
AN airline has caused a major raspberry by CENSORING a hot lesbo kiss on BBC smash Killing Eve.
The acclaimed TV hit, written by Phoebe Waller- Bridge, is among the content being censored by Emirates airlines on its in- flight entertainment channels.
Emirates, the world’s fourth largest airline, has also edited out footage of same- sex kisses from Oscarnominated Lady Bird, starring Saoirse Ronan.
In the original Killing Eve, one scene saw psychopathic assassin Villanelle – played by Jodie Comer – seduce a woman.
A kiss between them has been removed by the airline.
The BBC did not comment, but a source claimed that such edits should be banned.
The source said: “If a company wants to remove same- sex moments from a BBC programme, then the BBC should put its foot down and not allow it to be shown at all.
“It is in direct opposition to what we stand for.”
Representatives for Emirates, owned by the Investment Corporation of Dubai, are yet to respond to requests for comment.