The next time Dominique Strass-Kahn decides to fly on Air France, which offers him a seat in first class whenever he wants it, he might have to give up another privilege he allegedly enjoys: hitting on the flight attendants.
The airline denies it, but the Post claims that Air France created a rule that says DSK should only be served by male flight attendants.
From the New York Post:
“Air France ruled that only male cabin crew were allowed to serve Dominique Strauss-Kahn, currently fighting accusations he attempted to rape a New York hotel maid.”
“The claim was reported Thursday by Le Parisien newspaper, which also says lawyers for the former IMF chief’s alleged victim, Nafissatou Diallo, are soliciting testimony from female flight attendants at the national carrier, who may have been subjected to inappropriate behaviour by the Frenchman.”
“The lawyers already received two accounts from disgruntled staff, along with an anonymous letter detailing the Air France male-only order, the report said.”
It’s not clear whether the rule is legitimate.
The Post also reports a spokesperson for the French airline telling the AFP, “Air France formally denies having given any instruction about the composition of its crews.”