Last updated: 03:42 PM ET, Fri October 14 2016

Husband Really Wants To Release Flight Attendant Wife's Sex Diary

Airlines & Airports | Gabe Zaldivar | October 14, 2016

Husband Really Wants To Release Flight Attendant Wife's Sex Diary

PHOTO: Transavia airplane takes off, much like this sex scandal. (Photo courtesy Flickr/Waaghals)

There is a scintillating scandal unfolding in the Netherlands that features an irate husband and a wife who would very much like to keep her sex journal a secret.

So grab a bag of free peanuts and let’s dig right in.

Fox News has the report via Dutch outlet Telegraaf that pits a jilted husband against his flight attendant wife over a sex journal she kept that allegedly features romps she had with colleagues including, allegedly, married pilots.

The husband would very much like to see this journal become public fare, bandied about to the dismay of his wife. And the flight attendant would very much like to keep this between herself and her once private diary.  

According to the report, the chatty husband has already released the journal to outlets, but don’t expect to read the specifics splashed all over the Internet just yet.

Interested parties have been doing their absolute best to pull off what would be unthinkable these days: shelving a steamy journal that has already reached outside entities, including the media and quite possibly Transavia staff. 

Fox News explains: “The unnamed 46-year-old woman, who works for Dutch budget airline Transavia, is now reportedly locked in a legal battle with the press in Holland to stop it coming to light.”

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This family affair has quickly become a matter for the courts as the report states that a Netherlands court will rule on the appeal by Oct. 24.

Transavia, for its part, is trying desperately to also keep the diary a secret. The report states that the airline has warned employees to bat away any requests for information from the media and its lawyers are also preparing legal action against the husband.

A Transavia spokesperson tells the Telegraaf: “We take everything very seriously. An internal research has shown that the safety of passengers was never in doubt. Our colleagues consider those emails as unwanted and unacceptable as they harm our interests.”

They should have probably thrown in a couple of things for good measure, namely to refrain from having extramarital affairs.

Another addendum might offer that if you absolutely must have a roll in the airline hay with colleagues perhaps you shouldn’t archive the entire encounter in a saved document. Just a thought.


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