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Yesterday, the tabloids were crawling all over two strangers arrested for having sex in front of other passengers on the Dallas to Manchester flight. Ignoring pleas from cabin crew, the married execs were "engulfed with lust and stripped off after downing free booze in Business Class", The Sun reports. "Nothing and no-one could have stopped them. It would have taken a bucket of cold water, " an American Airlines rep said. The two passengers, greeting cards exec David Machin, 40, and computer company exec Amanda Holt, 36, were arrested when the flight touched down on Saturday. They were charged with being drunk on an aircraft, outraging public decency and behaviour likely to cause harassment or distress. Amanda Holt works for Nortel Networks, whose advertising tagline and (and theme song on its TV ads) is "come together". ® Nortel Come Together tagline has pulling power

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