If only stewardesses looked like Hsu Chi eh? Then we'd have a real story to talk about.
ONCE, she caught an air stewardess under her charge engaging in hanky panky with an Australian passenger in the plane's toilet.
Another time, she claimed, a local 'leading man' told her that he had sex with an air stewardess in the crew bunk.
Such tales of sexual trysts at 35,000 feet are revealed in a new tell-all book, The Mile Hi! Club: Memoirs Of A Stewardess, by former air stewardess Janet Chew, 35.
The title is a pun on the term 'mile high club', which refers to people who have had sex in the air.
All the names in the book - launched last Wednesday - have been changed and the airline Ms Chew worked with is also not named, except it is 'reputably one of the best in the world'.
Ms Chew, who quit flying last year, worked for the airline for 13 years.
So is Ms Chew, who is married with a son, a member of the mile high club?
'That is a very interesting question,' she said, before laughing.
After a pause, and some explanation of her stand against such behaviour, she said: 'A big no!'
Suuuuuuuuure. Everyone else was doing it but you weren't. And you feel to outraged that you're going to write a book about it to make money. Suuuuuuuure.
I don't know what's the worst act. The person who has sex on the job or the person who secretly rats on them and profits on it.