Mile High Club Member Ralph Fiennes

Sydney - Australia's most famous air stewardess lost her job Monday in the turbulent wake of a tell-all account of last month's 'amazing' sexual encounter with Hollywood actor Ralph Fiennes in the toilet of a Qantas flight to India. Lisa Robertson, 38, told Woman's Day that she 'melted' in the arms of the 44-year-old star of the 1996 film The English Patient, which she had watched 20 times. 'I just stood up, reached down for his hand and told him to follow me,' the former undercover police officer said. 'We went into the toilet and locked the door, and off came much of our clothes.' Women's Day has bought the local rights to reprint a splash that first appeared in London's Mail on Sunday newspaper. Robertson was suspended without pay by Qantas when the carrier learned of the steamy incident on QF123 from Darwin to Mumbai. 'At first I denied it because I was desperate to keep my job, and I didn't want to hurt Ralph,' the former Great Barrier Reef diving instructor said. 'Ralph was a great lover and I thought if I was going to get the sack it would be worth it. I knew it was against the rules, and wrong, but I didn't care.' Sara Keene, the media manager for Fiennes, showed little sympathy for the sacked Qantas employee. 'She initiated the encounter,' Keene said. 'This woman seduced him on a plane. She was the sexual aggressor.'


Anonymous said…
She must be a slut.He is so fucking ugly.
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Anonymous said…
Would love to try that.