Porn on a Plane

Not Snakes or Samuel Jackson just porn,  Porn on a Plane.

Ryanair, a European airline, uses sex appeal and low prices to win customers and even over come big names such as Aer

Lingus.

“In 2008, O’Leary famously said that business class on Ryanair’s long-haul flights would include “beds and blowjobs” at a press conference.”

The company’s tendency to use sex to sell is now going to a whole new level with their proposal of  a scandalous new in-flight app that will allow passengers to screen porn at 30,000 feet.

According to The Sun, the proposed app for iPads or smartphones would allow passengers to play games, gamble or even watch raunchy movies. “Hotels around the world have it, so why wouldn’t we?” Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary told the paper. He also noted that he wouldn’t be broadcasting porn on seat-back TVs.

If the plan ever takes off, it’s estimated that it would take a year to implement.”

In flight, one can already pop a DVD into their computer and watch what they may or even pay for Wi-Fi to access the internet and pornography.

O’Leary noted the success of porn in the hotel industry.

Is it surprising that airlines are wanting to cash in too?

Fifty percent of hotel guests, purchase pornography during their overnight stay which  accounts for nearly 70 percent of major hotel  in-room profits.

Would the airlines have a similar response?

The obviously big difference between a plane and a hotel room is of course privacy.

If a man or woman accessed porn while in flight, others would be able to view the screen.

This gentlemen created a unique version of privacy through his sweater.

Makes you wonder what he’s watching.

Although pornography is easily accessible and has high personal interest and popularity, there remains a time and a place, which in my opinion does not include a plane.

So Good Luck Ryanair, if you can get  privacy and porn, make sure you include some napkins, if not, just scrap the whole idea.

On the extreme end of pornography, privacy, and planes, a Utah man has been accused of watching child porn on a Delta flight from Salt Lake City to Boston this past Saturday.

Forty-seven year-old, Grant Smith, of Cottonwood Heights, Utah, a decorated science and engineering professor at the University of Utah, ‘was sitting in first class when a fellow passenger saw the pornographic images on Smith’s laptop and told flight crew, the Associated Press reports”.

Mr. Smith pleaded not guilty to child porn charges in a Boston court.  “Prosecutors said a flyer seated behind Smith in the first class cabin of the Salt Lake City to Boston flight spotted the pervy prof looking at kiddie porn on his MacBook and snapped a pic. The unidentified flyer then texted his son to call Massachusetts state cops before alerting the Delta crew, the Boston Globe reported.  A flight attendant asked Smith to close his laptop, but he was later seen scrambling to delete files from his computer, the Globe said.

Mr. Smith evidently didn’t have the clever sweater to hide his devious crime and fortunately an adult witnessed his behavior and reported him.  Child porn- always a bad idea and the epitome of a heinous crime. Porn on a plane- ust a  general bad idea.

I’ll pass on snakes, porn and even the over exposed Samuel Jackson, on a plane.

Give me a few sodas, some peanuts and a smooth ride  and I’m one happy passenger.

About Anton Therapy

As a psychotherapist specializing in sexual concerns, I believe that communication and compromise, with a playful and open attitude are key components to a healthy intimate life. I infuse compassion, enthusiasm and a collaborative approach in treatment that puts clients at ease in discussing such personal topics. I hope this blog helps to open your mind, promote healthy sex, and encourages you to have a desire for intimacy and life! View all posts by Anton Therapy

One response to “Porn on a Plane

  • Huff

    Porn on a plane? No, because what’s the point of watching porn if you can’t masturbate? Also how would it work when the plane would fly to different countries with different laws about what is and isn’t legal to view.

    As to Grant Smith, how does someone have the intelligence to become a University professor and not realise watching kiddie porn on a plane is a really bad idea?

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