A flight attendant is suing Southwest Airlines over an incident where she claimed two pilots had a bathroom camera set up in a lavatory. According to a lawsuit first reported by the Arizona Republic , when Renee Steinaker was working a flight between Phoenix and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Capt. Terry Graham asked her to cover for him in the cockpit while he used the restroom.
PHOENIX -- A lawsuit filed against Southwest Airlines by a flight attendant alleges pilots on a flight had an iPad streaming video from a hidden camera in a bathroom in one of the airline's jets. Southwest responded Saturday by denying it places cameras in aircraft lavatories and by calling the incident an "inappropriate attempt at humor" not condoned by the company. According to the suit, Steinaker saw the pilot in the streaming video on the iPad and the co-pilot "with a panicked look on his face" acknowledged that the iPad was streaming from a camera in the bathroom but asserted it was a "new security and top-secret security measure installed in all of Southwest's Boeing planes. The suit said Steinaker took a cellphone photo of the iPad video, provided the photo with a report to Southwest management and was warned by a supervisor to not tell anybody about the incident. According to the suit, Steinaker was warned, "if this got out, if this went public, no one, I mean no one, would ever fly our airline again.
Sophie Lynx. Age: 31. EXCLUSIVE PORN STAR ESCORT SOPHIE LYNX available for local meetings. Services: Sex In Different Positions, Oral, Oral With Condom, Kissing, Kissing With Tounge, Cum On Body, Deep French Kiss, 69 Position, Extra Ball, Erotic Massage, Striptease.
The suit said Steinaker took a cellphone photo of the iPad video, provided the photo with a report to Southwest management and was warned by a supervisor to not tell anybody about the incident. Court filings by attorneys for Dallas-based Southwest and the two pilots denied the livestreaming allegations, and Southwest on Saturday issued statements saying it will vigorously contest the suit and denying it places cameras in aircraft lavatories. The suit against Southwest, a company known for its joking and irreverent behavior by flight crews, and the two pilots was announced Saturday by attorneys for Steinaker and her husband, also a Southwest flight attendant.
The lawsuit says Renee Steinaker saw an iPad streaming video when the pilot left the cockpit to use the bathroom during a flight to Phoenix from Pittsburgh. According to the suit, the co-pilot acknowledged to Steinaker that the iPad was streaming from a camera in the bathroom but asserted it was a new security measure. Southwest says it will not comment in detail on the suit but denies placing cameras in the lavatories in aircraft. The suit was originally filed in and announced Saturday by lawyers for Steinaker and her husband, who is also a Southwest flight attendant. Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File. Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station's FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below.