'It's more like Towie than the old BA way': Drunken British Airways crew are 'risking their jobs' by causing havoc in luxury hotels during long-haul trips

Mail Online | 11/26/2017 | Paddy Dinham For Mailonline
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Drunken British Airways cabin crew and pilots are 'risking their jobs' by repeatedly causing havoc in luxury hotels during long-haul trips.

Staff received a furious email from bosses telling them to curb their behaviour, after a flight attendant was caught running naked around their accommodation's corridors naked and a pilot tried to steal fish from a lobby pond.

Johannesburg - Las - Vegas - Bangkok - Singapore

Johannesburg, Las Vegas, Bangkok and Singapore are some of the cities where BA employees' behaviour has been notorious.

The controversy centres around the carrier's mixed fleet crews, which were set up in 2010 and are typically comprised of younger staff on lower wages.

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BA's head of mixed fleet, Ian Romanis, sent a memo slamming his workers for behaving drunkenly while down-route.

He said: 'In doing so, these colleagues placed their own jobs at risk, jeopardised the relationship with some of our hotel partners and potentially tarnished the reputation of British Airways cabin crew. Additionally, these examples impacted our ability to deliver the service our customers expect on the return flights to London.'

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