Air workers in calendar stripper row

Airport staff were banned from making a nude charity calendar because bosses thought it might put off potential buyers of Gatwick.

The fundraiser for children with cerebral palsy was to feature 40 men posing for raunchy shots round the site.

It had won the backing of the managing director.

But just as workers were ready to strip, the new director of communications banned the shoot as he felt it was inappropriate.

Calendar organiser Alan Skinner was told bad press could affect the airport's sale.

The BAA security guard said: "I've no idea how a calendar with workers raising funds for charity would influence this. If anything it would have shown we're a forward thinking company. I'm sure we'd have sold hundreds."

BAA Gatwick replied: "The idea showed real creativity, but the calendar boys theme was felt inappropriate in a work situation. It is important we work hard to protect the airport's reputation."


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