Flight Attendant Caught Taking Video Up Passenger’s Skirt

A flight attendant working Aeromexcio flight 520 from Mexico City to Cancun was filmed taking video that appears to be up a passenger’s skirt as she walks by the galley of the Boeing 737 MAX to board.

The man appears to slide his phone across the galley floor, while pretending to check the drawer of a galley beverage cart. The camera moves as the passenger moves. And he doesn’t realize that a passenger is capturing the maneuver.

What’s more, according to the passenger who watched this go down, the woman in the video isn’t the first passenger that this happened to during boarding.

According to the airline,

Aeromexico, in agreement with the Mexican Aviation Flight Attendants Union Association (ASSA de Mexico), regrets what happened and reiterates that no inappropriate conduct will be allowed in its operations.

I’ve written that passengers need to stop taking photos of flight attendants. In India there’s actually the crime of outraging the modesty of a woman. But it hadn’t occurred to me until recently that the need works in reverse too – an American Airlines flight attendant placed an iPhone camera in the lavatory to record a young passenger just a couple of months ago.

(HT: Live and Let’s Fly)

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  1. If they fire him for this, then he can at least feel better that he has a job at American Airlines since they support and stand behind sexual predators.

  2. Gary…
    With all due respect Sir…what were you hoping to accomplish by posting this?
    Jean luc

  3. I think we need to see the video evidence from his phone before passing judgment.

    Presumption of innocence and such.

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