Posted April 29, 2008 by BookingBuddy
Bringing us a whole new spin on the good ol’ "mile-high club" idea is ever-generous Singapore Airlines, which has introduced private suites with double beds in some of its cabins.
However, before some of us (yes, they’re keeping an eye on you, Ralph Fiennes) get too excited about the inherent possibilities, a spokesprude for the airlines has already wagged a stern finger and warned the frisky ones that "If couples used our double beds to engage in inappropriate activity, we would politely ask them to desist."
So, hold on a minute. The airlines is offering double beds, in private suites, with closed doors. And then asking people not to do what comes naturally in such a situation. I’m guessing this might be a little tougher to stop than Singapore wishes, seeing as most people have been content to "engage in inappropriate activity" in cramped, awkward cells (also known as airplane lavatories) for however long plane travel has been popular.
I’m not holding out much hope of stopping anything ... so when the plane’s a-rocking, I won’t come a-knocking on any closed doors. Find cheap flights to Singapore or should that be 'Sin'apore... :)
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