It has a been a long time coming, but the way we fly is being given a major shake up. For once this is not about the cost of tickets or even about the environment. The new revolution is the way we are dress once in the cabin.
As reported in The Spoof recently, an airline has now started nudist flights.. Almost immediately Michael O'Leary, boss of budget airline Ryanair, has responded with a gimmick of his own.
"We will now be charging passengers to wear clothes during the flight. Prices will be cheapest for underwear - bras and pants and the like - and get more expensive the more layers passengers choose to wear."
The move means that although people can still travel for a pound - they will have to travel naked. It is expected that stag and hen nights will still remain popular - but O'Leary expects to make his money from the more sedate, second property owning classes. He also expects to make a mint from selling disposable cameras on board the flights.
O'Leary is unapologetic about the new strategy. "People should be grateful - if they aren't wearing clothes, they'll get through security that much quicker." He laughed. "Unless they have a bomb up their arse!"
All passengers will be banned from wearing school uniforms, no matter how much they pay.