Airline plans in-flight porn app

Porn appears to be Ryanair’s new in-flight entertainment

A proposed app for iPads and smartphones that is being planned by low-cost carrier Ryanair, according to press reports, would give passengers the possibility to gamble, play games and watch pornographic movies. It may take a year, however, before the app becomes available.
While cautioning that the airline was not about to start screening porn on seat-back TVs, visible to all, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary did tell the British tabloid newspaper The Sun, “Hotels around the world have it, so why wouldn’t we?”
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