According to another Skyscanner survey of 700 cabin crew members, Brits lead the unofficial Mile High membership rolls, followed closely by the Australians, Germans, French, and Brazilians.To be considered eligible for membership, sexual intercourse has to occur at an altitude of at least 5,280ft (one mile, obviously) and in an airplane, according to
He told Conan O’Brien that the sheer number of people getting frisky on the Skyway gondola (which transported visitors from Tomorrowland to Fantasyland, of course) led Disney to remove it in 1999.
Investigating whether joining the MHC broke any laws, the BBC concluded that it did -- at least for British law -- constitute sex in a public place, punishable by a six-month prison sentence.
Many disagree, however, since that number is irrelevant in aviation and even Sperry wasn't flying that high.
Not long after proudly unveiling its super luxe, double-decker Airbus A380 (equipped with $10k per person, double-bed “suites”), Singapore Air publicly asked passengers to stop having sex in them.
The concept is so simple you’ll kick yourself that you didn’t think of it first: It collates other users who fall within your specified age range and are within a certain distance of your location, letting you know if you have friends in common on Facebook.