Executives at an Indian airline have hailed as a tremendous success, a new service which caters for the depraved and sex-mad amongst travellers, providing in-flight gratuitous sex facilities.
Kabbadi Air started its service with a flight from the United Arab Emirates to Delhi on Saturday, with 106 passengers and seven crew members on board.
Passengers were encouraged to remove, not only their seat belts, but also their trouser belts, at the earliest opportunity, and to 'try out' as many different fellow passengers as was possible during the special inaugurative flight.
New-style seats not only reclined, but were pushed horizontal to provide maximum comfort, and customers were provided with sexual aids that were stored either in the overhead lockers, or under the seat in front. Pornographic movies were shown on most channels, along with just one channel for the children.
Staff on board reported a rather turbulent flight, but without any major problems.
However, 'an incident' did take place over Pakistan on the flight when an accusation of sexual harrassment was made against one of the pilots. The airline are investigating, but the allegation in question was made by a woman against a man, and is, therefore, not being taken too seriously.
Kabbadi Air say they are considering extending the sex flight facility to include the US and UK next year.