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No Sex, Please: We're on Singapore Airlines

October 30, 2007 at 9:20 AM | by | ()

The new Airbus A380 proudly flown by Singapore Airlines last week is a huge aircraft with plenty of room for all kinds of activities. Except one: sex.

If you're thinking of booking the world's first flying double bed, you'll first need a lot of money. And second of all, no desire to have sex. Singapore Airlines has said that if couples using the double suites "engage in inappropriate activity," they'll be politely asked to stop. One of the first couples to fly in the suite thought this seemed a bit unfair since the flight attendants kept bringing champagne.

We agree that it doesn't seem fair, but at the same time, we don't want those kind of noises added to screaming engines and wailing children to make our long-haul flight experience even more painful.

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[Photo: Telegraph]

Archived Comments:

Re: No Sex, Please

Airplanes are just so romantic, though...

Sex and the single Silverjetter

Don't suppose Singapore Airlines will be doing Silverjet style advertising any time soon then:

BTW what happens if you're caught having sex on Singapore Airlines? Do they cane you? Mmm.

And you will monitor this behaviour how?

This certainly could lead to some bizarre considerations.  A further analysis of this "Love Bed in the Sky" dilemma can be found at: