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A British Airways pilot, Captain Colin Glover, 51 has been suspended by the Airline company after the Sun UK revealed photos showing him allegedly masturbating and reading pornographic magazines while piloting at 38,000 feet.

                                 British Airways pilot suspended for allegedly taking cockpit sex selfies while flying at 38,000 feet

Captain Glover, who wore stockings in the photos while pleasuring himself in the Boeing 777 plane, has denied he’s in the person in the photos pleasuring himself mid-flight.

In one of the photos, the pilot’s leg are sprawled over the dashboard while the plane appears to be on autopilot with the co-pilot’s seat empty while in another, an airman spreads his stocking-clad legs over the joystick while revealing his naked self.

                                British Airways pilot suspended for allegedly taking cockpit sex selfies while flying at 38,000 feet

Another photo shows a porn magazine spread around the cockpit and judging from the serial numbers on the control panel of the plane, it’s easy to deduce that the pictures were taken aboard at least two separate British Airways planes.

Some airline experts suggest there’s the possibility the photos where taken in a simulator plane not a plane carrying passengers.

                                  British Airways pilot suspended for allegedly taking cockpit sex selfies while flying at 38,000 feet

Aircraft expert Chris Yates said to Sun UK:

“This is very dangerous if the plane is in mid-flight. “If you are flying, you can fly into serious turbulence. This person is in danger of losing his aircraft and his job.”XX But according to Chris,it was unlikely the pictures were taken on a simulator. Chris added: “You can tell by the lighting it is a plane.
“There is also more going on in the control panels than on a ­simulator. It looks a live aircraft.”
                                British Airways pilot suspended for allegedly taking cockpit sex selfies while flying at 38,000 feet

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