A Delta flight attendant who had sex with a gay porn star on one of the company’s planes has been suspended after the video was posted online.

The man in his 20s could be fired after being filmed with Austin Wolf — an adult film actor with hundreds of thousands of online followers — in a plane bathroom while wearing a Delta uniform, the Daily Mail reported.



Wolf, 35, allegedly posted the video, which has since been deleted from Twitter but is still available online, without the attendant’s permission.

Wolf has hundreds of thousands of followers online (austinwolfff/instagram)

The suspended employee, who was reportedly not on duty at the time and did not want to be named, said: “I just want to be left alone please.

“I’m just trying to get my life back on track.”

A spokesman for Delta said: “This video does not reflect the standards of professionalism expected of our employees while representing the Delta brand or travelling as passengers on Delta aircraft.

It’s not clear when the video was made (austinwolfff/instagram)

“We have suspended the employee and are conducting a full investigation.”

The US company is also reportedly looking into whether the porn star broke any revenge porn laws by posting the video on Twitter.

PinkNews has asked Delta whether the attendant is being paid during his suspension.

A Delta spokesman said: “We have suspended the employee and are conducting a full investigation.” (delta air lines/facebook)

Wolf has not commented on the incident.

Last month, a gay couple claimed they were denied early boarding with their daughter — only to see straight parents walk through with children.

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Jeff Cobb and his husband were flying with Taiwanese airline EVA Air from San Francisco to Thailand when they were reportedly separated on the false basis that only one parent could accompany a child onto the plane.

Cobb said he was “very disappointed” by the incident, adding that he would “definitely not be flying this airline again.”

Earlier this year, a gay couple on an Alaska Airlines flight was forced to move so that a straight couple could sit together.

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David Cooley, an American businessman, said he and his partner had “never been so discriminated against while travelling before.”

He encouraged his queer Facebook followers to fly with Delta, who got him and his boyfriend home, saying: “If you are an LGBT person, please spend your travel dollars with an LGBT friendly airline like Delta.”

In August, a Canadian woman said she felt “unsafe” after a WestJet crew member outed her as transgender to other passengers on the plane.

Lenore Herrem presented her boarding pass and ID when flying from Calgary to Saskatoon in Canada, but the crew member became “upset and confused” at her male-presenting ID photo, saying: “They don’t match,” according to Herrem.

She alleged that the crew member then said: “Are you sure it wasn’t your girl name that was on the computer?

“She outed me in front of the whole aeroplane.”




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