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BA Cabin Crew in Trouble After Game of Spin the Bottle

BA Cabin Crew in Trouble After Game of Spin the Bottle
Jackie Reddy

Three British Airways cabin crew members face firing after they allegedly ran naked through a Singapore hotel after a drunken session of “spin the bottle.” The three – two men and one woman – were sent back to London after the incident. BA stated that it won’t “tolerate unruly behavior” from staff.

Three British Airways (BA) cabin crew members could be fired after they allegedly ran naked through a Singapore hotel after playing a drinking game, The Sun reports. The three intoxicated crew members – who reportedly took alcohol off on their flight from London – are said to have stripped off their clothing during a session of “spin the bottle.”

It is also reported that, during the course of their game, they disturbed other guests by randomly knocking on doors. The antics allegedly involved one female and two male members of cabin crew.

An unnamed source told the outlet, “Drinking is far too expensive in Singapore for the young fleet, so provisions are taken for everyone to have a good time after.

It didn’t take long for ‘spin the bottle’ to start – it’s a drinking game with ludicrous and increasingly daring forfeits designed to get everyone steaming drunk. Suddenly, three were tasked with running up and down the corridors to create havoc. In their state they didn’t think this was a bad idea,” they added.

According to the outlet, those involved in the game were sent back to London.

In a statement to The Mirror, a spokesperson for the carrier said, “We expect the highest standards of behavior from our teams around the world at all times and we’re investigating what happened. We do not tolerate unruly behavior by colleagues and will always fully investigate claims and take whatever action is required.”

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