LONDON - A hotel in UK has told the Pakistan International (PIA) Airlines that it would not provide rooms to the airline’s crew anymore.The hotel told the national flag carrier that female guests at the hotel felt insecure in the presence of PIA’s male crew members.
It added that it had received numerous complaints of the airline’s male staffers asking its female guests for their phone numbers.
Therefore, the hotel’s management added, it would not provide rooms to the airline’s staff until action was taken against the crew members involved in pestering its female guests.
In May this year, British authorities had confirmed that heroin were found on a PIA flight at Heathrow airport.The passports of the crew members of the flight were also confiscated.
The National Crime Agency of Britain was investigating the matter relating to the recovery of narcotics from Islamabad to London flight PK-785 by the border security personnel.