Female cabin crew strip searched
All female passengers had to take their passports and disembark immediately. They were marched from the plane and directed to ambulances, where, according to Australian officials and accounts from some women, they were strip-searched and given invasive medical exams to see if they had recently given birth because a newborn had been found abandoned in a bathroom at Hamad International Airport. The episode in Doha sparked anger and disbelief in Australia. Among the women who told Australian officials she had been examined while transiting through the Qatari capital on Flight QR was a year-old Australian nurse who insisted she be identified only by her first name, Jessica, because of the personal nature of the exam. The exam occurred on Oct. On Monday, the Australian government said it was demanding answers from Qatar Airways.
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SpiceJet female crew allege strip-search by airline's security staff
SpiceJet FAs Speak Out After 'Degrading Strip-Search'
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Fury over flight attendant strip searches
Watch fullscreen. Spicejet hostesses 'strip-searched'; NewsX accesses women crew's complaint letter. The cabin crew of Spicejet have reportedly alleged strip searching by the airlines own security personnel in the wee hours of Saturday. Protesting at the Chennai airport, the female cabin crew members reportedly said that they had been asked to remove their sanitary pads from their hand luggage. NewsX has even accessed the exclusive complaint letters of Spicejet cabin crew.
In a letter to the SpiceJet management, the crew members narrated the ordeal, which they claimed, was aimed at "targeting and degrading their feminity". The air hostesses were reportedly searched on the suspicion that they were swindling cash collected from the sale of food and other items onboard. Two male staff escorted us to a room where female ground staff were waiting. They opened our bags and checked everything from our clothes to mandatory items and all the personal and private belongings of ladies even they were new and sealed," the letter alleged. The letter further claimed that "after the bag check was over, we were treated in an inhuman way.
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