WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- A somewhat perverted overweight passenger aboard an LA –Taipei flight on EVA Air ordered female crew members to clean his ass while he groaned in delight.
- According to reports, the 440 pound man threatened to urinate on the floor if the flight attendant refused to remove his underwear and help him use the lavatory.
- However, when they started wiping his backside, he urged them to “go deeper” while moaning his pleasure.
Flight attendants for a Taiwanese airliner were subjected to crappy duty on Saturday after a stout sicko passenger ordered them to wipe his butt as he moaned in pleasure, according to Focus Taiwan reports.
In an LA to Taipei flight on EVA Air two hours since takeoff, the pervy passenger estimated to weigh 440 pounds and in a wheelchair told a flight attendant that he needed help to use the lavatory.
“I felt that as a flight attendant, removing a passenger’s underwear was beyond the scope of my responsibilities,” the flight attendant said in a news conference.
“I told him we couldn’t help him, but he started yelling and threatened to relieve himself on the floor,” she said, as reported by the Daily Mail.
She continued saying that when she attempted to cover the passenger’s exposed genitals with a blanket provided by her colleague, the man angrily slapped her hand away saying he “only wanted me to remove his underwear so he could use the toilet.” He insisted as well that they keep the door open because he “couldn’t breathe.”
The man then refused to leave the bathroom after he finished with his business unless they wiped his rear end. After initially refusing, the attendants eventually carried out the revolting task to get him out of the lavatory. When the chief attendant started wiping him, he started moaning saying, “‘Oh, mmm, deeper, deeper.’ Then he asked the attendant to do it again after accusing her of not properly doing the task. Finally he said we can now put his pants back, related the crew member.
Accompanying the crew member in the interview were reps from the Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union who condemned the incident as a glaring display of sexual harassment and requested EVA to sue the passenger. In addition, they suggested that standard operations procedures be established by the airline, including passengers being accompanied by a caretaker at all times.
In a statement on Monday, EVA said that flight attendants may refuse requests from passengers that they believe is unfitting or inappropriate. The airline also offered their assistance if there is a need to sue the passenger.
Source: New York Post