Pilot 'invites' adult star into cockpit, lets her toy with controls
An unnamed Kuwait Airways captain flying from London to New York invited an ex-porn actress into the cockpit, served her cigarettes and champagne, and allowed her to play with the controls, reports said.world Updated: Jul 31, 2015 01:09 IST
An unnamed Kuwait Airways captain flying from London to New York invited an ex-porn actress into the cockpit, served her cigarettes and champagne, and allowed her to play with the controls, reports said.
Chloe Mafia alias Chloe Khan an ex-porn star, who is now running a webcam stripping business told the Daily Star that she and her friends were invited into the cockpit by a flight attendant after the seat belt signs were turned off.
According to the 24-year-old, once inside the flight deck, the captain ordered champagne for them and they smoked two packets of cigarettes throughout the journey.
“He was showing us what each of the buttons did and said we could sit on his knee and wear his pilot’s cap and fly the plane. I pushed something. I don’t know what it did but he said it was fine as the plane flew itself,” Chloe was quoted by the Daily Star as saying.
Allowing passengers inside the flight deck has been strictly prohibited after the September 11 attacks and smoking is banned in airlines since 2007. Moreover, Kuwait Airways is a dry airline, alcohol is not served to passengers.
Khan took photographs of the flight deck and taped the entire incident.
She also alleged that the captain sang songs to entertain them. The daily star released two videos of the captain singing The Lion King’s Hakuna Matata and Toni Braxton’s Un-break My Heart.
Kuwait’s communication minister Isa Al Kindari has ordered an 'urgent investigation' into the incident, the Gulf News reported
“I have ordered the prompt probe to check the reports and the pictures that have been circulated on this issue. If the reports and pictures are proven true, we will take action against the people involved and we will announce the conclusions to the people of Kuwait,” the daily quoted Isa Al Kindari as saying.