Bad Behavior Travel: What Your Airline Employees Do off the Clock
We're within shouting distance of Memorial Day Weekend now, a great time to revel in those all-too-few days off. Despite the heady feeling of three free days, though, it's important to keep in mind what you cannot legally get up to--or should we say where you cannot get up to it, according to this cautionary tale we picked up off two airline employees.
Pilot Jeffrey Bradford and flight attendant Adrianna Connor of regional carrier Pinnacle Airlines were arrested outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for engaging in sex al fresco. The sergeant on duty told the AP:
They told the officer they wanted to go do it in the woods, essentially.
Bradford was discovered by a heat-seeking helicopter, clad in only flip-flops and a watch.
What's really curious about the story is that the pair wasn't anywhere close to a Pinnacle hub when it occurred. Perhaps we're guilty of holding the company to account for the leisure activities of two ordinary citizens. But what can we say? Leave your company ID behind next time.
· Romp in Woods Ends in Charge for Airline Employees [AP, via Yahoo]
· Bad Behavior Travel coverage [Jaunted]
[Photo from our new favorite Flickr user, bareinthewoods]