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Randy Brit couple hauled off BA flight af

ter being caught with 'stockings off and legs in the air'A randy couple were hauled off a flight after being spotted drunkenly engaging in amorous display at the back of a plane - before takeoff. Christopher Pickering, 45, and girlfriend Rebecca Cross, 37, pleaded guilty to being drunk on a British Airways plane to Marseille, France last year. The passengers had booked seats on the emergency exit row near the wings, but cabin crew at Heathrow decided they were too intoxicated to sit there for safety reasons and were moved to the back row. Prosecutor Ravinder Johal told a court as the plane taxied down near the runway at around 5.30pm on September 16, a cabin crew member saw Cross with her stockings off and her legs high in the air. The pair said they had five or six drinks in the lounge in two hours while they waited for the delayed flight (Image: Paul Davey/SWNS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesPrince George and Prince

ss Charlottes school lunches that leave parents envious Read MoreRelated ArticlesPrince Andrews pal Ghislaine Maxwell under 24-hour guard over death threats Pickering was viewed as having his hand in her crotch area, but as authorities could not decide what the randy pair were up to, they were only charged with entering an aircraft when drunk. Mr Johal said: The

defendants were due to take the British Airways flight to Marseille in France departing at 5.30pm. Valerie Hughes, an experienced cabin crew member, gave instructions that Mr Pickering and Miss Cross was not to be sat in the emergency exit seats due to their state of intoxication. They were assigned seats in the back and she observed they were stumbling and drunk. Mr Pickering had difficulty loading their luggage in the baggage compartment. She did hear that they said f***ers every other word. She felt that they shouldnt be allowed to remain on the flight, but were in fact seated in the 25th row. Rebecca Cross and Christopher Pickering leave Uxbridge Magistrates Court (Image: Paul Davey/SWNS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesMashed potato cooking

mistakes we all make - according to Michelin-starred Masterchef host A member of the public was moved from their seat to not cause offence. Ms Hughes noticed Miss Cross had her legs hanging, they were open wide and raised in the air. The court heard how the couple were confronted and then taken to

the London Heathrow police station and admitted to the charge. Pickering, of Dunstable in Bedfordshire, and Cross, of Abingdon, Oxfordshire, said they had five or six drinks in the lounge in two hours while they waited for the delayed flight. A consideration for an adjournment was made at Uxbridge Magistrates Court on December 3 to file for the separate charge of indecent exposure, but this was discarded following the coupl生肖波色诗图文 香港 es guilty pleas. Carl Woolf, defending both Cross and Pickering, said: There is a sexual aspect of the matter. There was no formal review in the magistrates court. I have been in contact with the Crown Prosecution Service and confirmed that there is to be no additional charge with outraging public decency. A BA Cabin crew member spotted the couples amorous display (Image: Paul Davey/SWNS) Read MoreRelated ArticlesBaby almost dies after mum was forced to wait 8-hours for GP to return call Its very clear from the air stewardess there was some amorous behaviour, but she didnt directly see any masturbation or penetration. Mr Woolf noted that Cross had previously pleaded guilty for a drink driving charge in July 2019. She was disqualified from driving for 26 months and had completed 100 hours of unpaid service in October last year. Mr Woolf, in mitigation, said: Its right to say that following both of their interviews they both returned to the airport the next day. Mr Pickering purchased flights at cost of 700 onto Marseille as he was meeting a client there and Miss Cross and he were allowed to fly. Subsequently theyve had the banning order from British Airways for 12 months. There has been no issues whatsoever since that time, and both of them regularly travel for work. He added: This was a flight that was delayed by two to three hours. That was the reason why both these defendants sat in the lounge and consumed alcohol to excess. Mr Pickering flies many flights a year which does not suggest this was a problem in the past. A separate charge of indecent exposure was discarded following the couples guilty pleas (file photo) (Image: PA) Read MoreRelated ArticlesMan dies after being attacked by great white shark at popular diving spot They were travelling together and once they had been seated at the rear of the plane, in effect privacy, they were amorous. I make it clear there was no suggestion of any nudity and there is no suggestion she was not wearing underwear. It was not appropriate behaviour on a plane, but as they say in their letter they are thoroughly ashamed and tho

roughly apologetic. Pickering, who is listed as being the director of a consultancy firm on Companies House, was said to have a su

bstantial income, paying large school fees for his children and financi

ally supporting his ex-wife. Cross, who wore a white blouse, black coat and red trousers, broke down in sobs after Judge Nicholas Wood, at Isleworth Crown Court, after she was told she would not face a custodial sentence for breaching the community order. Judge Wood said: Im not considering a custodial sentence, either immediate or suspended. I am considering either a community order or a fine. I consider the previous order expired. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treache

rous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart stoppingKobe helicopter given special clearance Sentencing, he said: I give you credit for pleading guilty and I will reduce the fine that Im about to impose by a third. I sentence you for being drunk on an aircraft and even though that it in itself is serious, the co

urts have said theres a distinction between being offensive on an aircraft at 30,000 feet and on being offensive on an aircraft as it is being taxied on the ground. You were deemed too drunk to sit in the emergency exit row, and were ordered to sit at the back of the plane. Im not going to sentence you for any charges for the behaviour afterwards, embarrassing and shocking as it may be to anyone who saw it. But I cant ignore it, it seems to me, because it is a part of the drunken behaviour. No doubt what you did is known to your colleagues at work and I accept you are thoroughly ashamed of yourselves. Pickering was handed a 2000 fine, while Cross was given a 12-month community order and forced to undertake 60 hours of unpaid work.

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