A slightly better translation:
Meeting at 8 hr 20 with police force on arrival CDG
, due to ACARS message sent by captain during the flight in which 2 Russian female passengers who appeared intoxicated had on two occasions smoked in the toilets then started to drink with two Romanian men and had sexual relations on the seats in the cabin, paying no attention to the other passengers or even less by the remarks made by the flight attendants. STP On arrival, the police intercepted them and held them for eight hours with the cancellation of their connecting flight STP The CDB? felt sorry for one of them and allowed one to continue (rough translation) and the file is closed.
I would imagine they were continuing to Moscow (assuming they were Russian girls heading home), Air France does not have that many flights going to Moscow or too many other Russian cities on any particular day. If they miss the connection, they are there for the night. What is not clear from the message is what did the station do for the one they felt sorry for...assuming this is the correct translation. In my mind, they need to be begging Air France to let them on one of their aircraft again. That behavior is just not something that is done in public (period). Even though we joke about it and secretly wish it was us doing it (yes all of us are slightly perverse...), the reality is that we all know right from wrong and if they had not been smoking, they could have done their thing in the lav and had they kept relatively quite, noone would have given it a single thought. They got drunk and had to make a show of it all, which is just not done, even on a French aircraft.
This is a lesson. When you are on an airplane:
a) don't drink
b) keep it in your pants.
if you can't do b), then by all means find the largest lav on the airplane and go there and take care of things. Be quick and quiet and no one will give it a second thought. As long as you do it in private, there is no law that says that two consenting adults cannot perform a sexual act on board an aircraft...as long as it does not cross the line into interfering with the lawful operation of the aircraft and/or creating a scene which could be construed as a public sex act. If you cross the line, then you are toast. So beware. If you make a scene, the public embarrassment and the big fine you will pay will be yours.
For my part, I find it entirely too tiring. When you are altitude, that kind of physical activity (unless you are really in excellent physical condition) could be dangerous. It would be a very sad state of affairs if the last thing you do on this planet is have sex on an airplane only to die from a massive brain infarction or a heart attack. It just ain't worth it.
Consider this words of wisdom...from someone who had had to sign off on a report releasing someone who died on one of my flights of a heart attack. He was in the lav....
David L. Lamb, fmr Area Mgr Alitalia SFO 1998-2002, fmr Regional Analyst SFO-UAL 1992-1998