Drunken British woman busted for loud sex on flight from London to Las Vegas

Ironically, it was a Virgin Atlantic flight.
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   May 6, 2014 at 3:42 PM

LAS VEGAS , May 6 (UPI) -- A British woman, who was flying with her parents, is probably feeling pretty low after she was busted for being too loud while joining the mile-high club on a Virgin Atlantic flight with a man she just met.

The drunken woman was handcuffed on a flight from London to Las Vegas, after attendants had to break down the restroom door, following complaints about loud sex.

"They went to the bathroom and people could hear loud noises," a passenger from the plane told the Sun. “The cabin crew forced the door open. Then she really kicked off, screaming drunken abuse. She was shackled to her seat.”

When the plane landed, the woman was hauled off of it by Metro Police. She was let go with a warning. Her name has not been released, because no arrest report was ever filed.

Virgin Atlantic spokeswoman Laura Kilroy told FOX5 that the airline doesn’t tolerate disruptive passengers.

"The safety and welfare of our passengers and crew is the airline's top priority," Kilroy said.

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