Cabin crew ‘turning to OnlyFans’ for extra money as Covid leaves them struggling

Cabin crew are reportedly turning to OnlyFans to make extra cash as the coronavirus pandemic left them struggling for money.

Social media accounts and eBay listings have been spotted appearing to show flight attendants selling photos, videos and even used tights and shoes, with images of the inside of various branded aircraft.

Women are sprawled over empty seats and can be seen in the galley area.

One of them shows an unknown member of staff, who runs a page on subscription service OnlyFans and has an Instagram account to promote it.

She charges £10 a month to subscribe and wrote on the first upload: "Hello everyone! Feel free to DM for anything in your mind, and 'welcome onboard'.

Another account allegedly belongs to an EasyJet air hostess.

Many of her photos have the budget airline's logo and her OnlyFans account states that she charges just £6.50 a month to subscribe.

Two similar accounts are said to belong to British Airways staff members who also run OnlyFans pages.

One calls herself 'Cabin Crew Goddess' and posts regular snaps of her legs in uniform, charging a £15 monthly subscription.

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An insider said: "I do not find this surprising, as this has been going on for a while.

"But I think because of Covid, more and more cabin crew are trying to make money on the side. People have been selling shoes and tights for years.

"At British Airways, staff have had salary cuts. Perhaps this has pushed people further, and more cabin crew are doing it."

A BA spokesperson said: "We expect the highest standard of behaviour from all of our colleagues at all times and we are investigating the claims."

An EasyJet representative said: "This is not reflective of the high standards we expect or representation of our highly professional crew.

"We are investigating the matter."

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