A randy couple were recently caught having sex on board a Virgin Atlantic flight to Cancun - and the moment they were caught was captured on video. So would you get in trouble if caught? The CAA went on to tell us that people caught having sex in public in the UK could be arrested for the criminal offence of Outraging Public Decency — which could also be applied in an aircraft. We checked, and under section 71 of the Sexual Offences Act , it is illegal to have sex in a toilet which the public has access to.
The Mile High Club: What It's Really Like To Have Sex On A Plane
'Mile High Club' Survey Reveals 30% Of Sex On Planes Is With Strangers
THERE'S something alluring about getting your rocks off at 30, feet, judging by the antics of some amorous plane passengers. The Sun previously shared the shocking story of the couple who couldn't wait to touch down before they hooked up , choosing instead to enjoy a very public romp on board a Ryanair flight to Ibiza. But those two are not alone: as many as 20 per cent of flyers claim to be members of the Mile High Club, according to a survey by Skyscanner. Among those frisky flyers, Brits are said to be the keenest on Mile High romps, according to another Skyscanner survey of cabin crew members. And there are clearly reasons why people are willing to join the prestigious club, despite the fact that it is illegal to have sex on a regular commercial flight.
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The mile-high club is slang for the people who have had sexual intercourse on board an aircraft in flight. An alleged explanation for wanting to perform the act is the supposed vibration of the plane. Some say they have fantasies about pilots or flight attendants , or a fetish about planes themselves.