But it remains unclear at this time exactly where and when the woman made the film, it was probably meant to be sent to a fetishist.
A British Airways flight attendant has been grounded after a bizarre video of her peeling off and smell her uniform’s tights and shoes has surfaced online.
The female flight attendant, who was not identified, was printed by her employer after a 75-second clip of the video hit the Internet, The Mirror reported. The racy webcam video was also distributed to airline staff for supervisors caught wind of it, to The Sun.
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In the images, the blonde female flight attendant’s face is blurred and voice is doctored, presumably to hide her identity. But it remains unclear at this time exactly where and when the woman made the film, it was probably meant to be sent to a fetishist.
“Do not look at how rough I look after the flight. So you want me to smell my shoes and my tights? Well, first, I have to bring the tights out,” the woman begins, as she slides out of her tights and remove her uniform lanyard.
“I’ve been wearing all day, with no shorts, just for you,” she continues while she smells the tights and throws them away.
“I wasn’t sure what shoes you wanted me to smell, so I have both,” she goes on, the smell of the shoes. “Oh, I wish you could smell it.”
The conclusion of the clip, the woman staffer unbuttons her regulation blouse to reveal her cleavage, and whispered, “I wish you was here to carry on unbuttoning my shirt. See you again soon,” with a wave and a kiss.
“We keep our colleagues of very high quality and expect them to behave responsibly. When this happens, we will always take the appropriate action,” a British Airways rep said.
As noted by the Mirror, though there is “no indication” that the woman sold her mentioned uniform items online, there is a “thriving market” for worn carrier tights and shoes under fetishists on eBay.
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Meanwhile, British Airways has now confirmed to the Mirror that she had, indeed, suspended a staff member about the video.
“We keep our colleagues of very high quality and expect them to behave responsibly. When this happens, we will always take the appropriate action,” a representative of the carrier added in a statement obtained by Fox News.
Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak