Photos of Pilot Masturbating and Sexting Mid-Flight Released

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British Airways Captain Colin Glover, 51, has been suspended from flying duties after perverted photos of himself masturbating and sexting mid-flight were released to airline company officials, exposing Glover’s inappropriate and deviant actions. Following the release of the pictures, the pilot denies he is the one pleasuring himself while on the job at 38,000 feet in the air.

In the batch of released photos, there are selfies of his aroused manhood as he touches himself, whilst wearing stockings. One particular image shows a leg sprawled over the dashboard. The plane appears to be on autopilot, and the co-pilot’s seat empty. Then another pervy image shows stocking-clad legs over the joystick while revealing himself.

There are more images grotesque in nature, such as genitals exposed in a cabin’s toilet, a pornographic magazine spread on the controls, and explicit playing cards haphazardly scattered around the cockpit. The images were taken in two separate cockpits, proving this was not a one-time incident.

Following an announcement on opening an investigation, BA said: “We are taking these allegations extremely seriously.” If the claims of Glover being the one in the photo are true, he will be permanently grounded from flying ever again. “This is very dangerous if the plane is in mid-flight. If you are flying, you can fly into serious turbulence,” said airline experts Chris Yates.

Photos of the disturbing acts and Glover can be viewed below:

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