Chinese women forced to stay in kinky ‘50 Shades of Grey’ style hotel room on Valentine’s Day after flight cancelled

The pair were sent to a themed suite which featured a dominatrix-style ‘sex chair’ with handcuffs and a circular bed

PUBLISHED : Monday, 15 February, 2016, 9:21pm
UPDATED : Monday, 15 February, 2016, 9:21pm

Two Chinese women were forced to stay in a kinky ‘50 Shades of Grey’ style hotel room on Valentine’s Day after their flight was cancelled.

The pair were sent to a themed suite - which featured a dominatrix-style ‘sex chair’ with handcuffs and a circular bed - after their Hainan Airlines flight from Chongqing to Hangzhou was grounded due to bad weather on Sunday evening.

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One of the women shared photographs of the room on social networking site Weibo but did not reveal the name of the hotel.

She described the room as a “small Valentine surprise” for “two single unmarried girls” - but has since deleted her post after it prompted a flurry of amused responses from Weibo users.

Apologising for the gaffe, a spokesman for Hainan Airlines told news portal thepaper.cn that many hotel rooms were already occupied when it began arranging alternative accommodation for passengers.

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He added staff did not check the interior design of the hotel room before making the reservation.

A spokesman for Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport told thepaper.cn that individual airlines were responsible for organising accommodation for customers in the event of flight cancellations.

 

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