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article imageFly Ryanair Business Class, Receive 'Complimentary Oral Sex'

By Can Tran     Jun 28, 2008 in World
Michael O’Leary, CEO of European budget carrier, Ryanair, had something interesting to say at a press conference in Germany. It should get much undivided attention.
At a press conference in Germany, Michael O’Leary, the CEO of the European budget carrier, Ryanair, had some interesting things to offer. This gives a whole new meaning of a “full-service” business flight.
O’Leary announced there would be business class flights now available as he addressed Trans-Atlantic flights. To the reporters, O’Leary gave the indication that business class passengers will receive “complimentary oral sex.”
Yes, that’s right kiddies.
At the press conference, O’Leary gave the suggestion that passengers that fly with Ryanair’s new business class rates will receive free oral sex. Perhaps it is a ploy to get people to fly on business class. It would seem that this will be the first time that Ryanair will be offering business class rates.
In an article in the Sydney Morning Herald, it states that it's an “obvious” joke on O’Leary’s part. The key word is “obvious.” At the moment, we do not know whether or not O’Leary is joking.
If O’Leary is joking, it is highly unlikely that everybody is laughing. One could say that O’Leary is addressing the sex-life in Germany.
In an unrelated note, Germany’s Deutsche Bank, back in April, released a memo that sex cannot be written off as a business expense. The memo was issued as a result of the global credit crisis and not on a matter of business ethics.
But O’Leary’s statement will have us wondering if he is for real or not. If O’Leary is joking and does not admit it, I can just imagine the future lawsuits filed by plaintiffs who did not get their “complementary oral sex.”
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