Flight attendant shares secrets on how to join the ‘Mile High Club’

Flight attendants see all sorts of interesting things whilst serving the skies, but one cabin crew member has shared her top tips on how you can join the ‘Mile High Club’.

For many of us, the exclusive society is believed to be an urban myth, or something too risky to even contemplate – but with the right level of planning, you can successfully romp on a plane without getting caught, claims an air hostess.

The flight attendant, who goes by the name @cierra_mistt online, shared a TikTok video explaining how to get away with having sex while flying high in the sky.

She revealed that passengers need to select their seat “either right next to the restroom or in the very back row.”

Cierra then went on to say: “Once we’re up in the air and we complete our service of drinks and snacks, normally flight attendants either hang out in one area with each other in the front, in the back or in the crew rest rooms.

“Now, while it’s mandatory for us to do walk-throughs to make sure everything’s going smooth we only have to do them every 20 to 30 minutes. I think you know where I’m going on this one.

“After that walk-through you have about 20 to 30 minutes to do your thing and unless a passenger sees you doing it flight attendants are not going to.”

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The air hostess revealed that 99 percent of the time flight attendants and pilots will “bat a blind eye” if they spot anything getting hot and heavy.

Cierra then said she’s not encouraging people to join the ‘Mile High Club’, but just “do with that information as you will.”

Viewers took to the comments to share their response to the video.

One user wrote: “I honestly thought it was a myth!”

“So that’s what turbulence is,” quipped another.

While others were not impressed with the concept, one said: “Or u can just like not do it and wait till u land and get to your house or hotel.”

Another wrote: “Don’t do it in the bathrooms, they rarely get cleaned.”

Others expressed the humiliation of imagining “ opening the door after and someone is waiting to want to use the toilet as you both have to walk out.”

While there is no such law in Britain which forbids someone from having sex on a plane, there are some offences you’re at risk of committing.

Under section 71 of the Sexual Offences Act 2004, it is illegal to have sex in a toilet which the public has access to.

Offenders can be at risk of a six-month prison sentence or a £1,000 fine.

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