Air stewardess up on drink charge
An air stewardess in the UK has been brought up on charges for being intoxicated during her shift. She was apparently well over the legal drink drive limit.
An air stewardess has appeared in court charged with drinking alcohol before working on a plane.
Monika Lukomska, 24, is alleged to have been working on a BMI Airbus A320 while over the drink-drive limit when she was arrested.
The aircraft was due to leave Aberdeen at 0900 BST on Sunday and was bound for Faro in Portugal's Algarve region.
Ms Lukomska, from Liss, Hampshire, made no plea and the case was continued at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.