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As a flight attendant, working with British Airways, has reportedly been suspended after her boyfriend got into a fight with one of the airline’s pilots.

The employee, who, like Natalie Flindall, had invited her boyfriend along on a work trip, according to a new “airline insider” who spoke to The Sun. The friend reportedly got into a fight with a British Airways pilot during stop-over in Singapore for instigating a physical altercation in the lobby of the hotel.

The flight attendant’s boyfriend’s ‘hit out’ at the event in the lobby of a hotel in new york, said to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs, according to a source who spoke to The Sun.
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Alcohol was said to be a factor in the conflict, according to The Sun, is the source.

“He got hammered, and ended up fighting with the ball, and the pilot of Natalie’s flight,” the source was quoted as saying, adding that the friend “is a hit from the” the very first officer to be in the middle of the melee.”

The other members of the crew, who were scheduled to London after a stop over in Singapore, have reportedly been asked as to why the pilot had not been suspended. “He was very involved with the issues,” the source claimed.

“We expect the highest standards of behaviour from our staff, and you will always have the right to take action,” the airline said on Fox News.
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When reached for comment, British Airways said in a statement that the airline is “standard practice.”

“We expect the highest standards of behaviour from our staff, and you will always have the right to take action,” reads the statement.

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British Airways has yet to say whether or not the pilot will be faced with disciplinary action, as well.

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