In the shadows: many incidents of sexual harassment may be going undetected because flight attendants feel there is no point in complaining. Photo: Jonathan Wong In the shadows: many incidents of sexual harassment may be going undetected because flight attendants feel there is no point in complaining. Photo: Jonathan Wong
In the shadows: many incidents of sexual harassment may be going undetected because flight attendants feel there is no point in complaining. Photo: Jonathan Wong

1 in 4 flight attendants are harassed; culprits fly free

Sexual harassment of airline workers is rife, study finds, but there have been no prosecutions. A legal loophole protects passengers from censure

In the shadows: many incidents of sexual harassment may be going undetected because flight attendants feel there is no point in complaining. Photo: Jonathan Wong In the shadows: many incidents of sexual harassment may be going undetected because flight attendants feel there is no point in complaining. Photo: Jonathan Wong
In the shadows: many incidents of sexual harassment may be going undetected because flight attendants feel there is no point in complaining. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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