Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2012/11/07/nudity-on-in-flight-entertainment-unregulated-easily-viewed-by-children/?intcmp=features#ixzz2BYKkxJmqIn the good old days, when you flew on an airplane, you and everybody else had to watch the same heavily edited, middle-of-the-road, fairly awful film or TV show on a tiny flickering screen suspended from the ceiling a few rows ahead of you.
(And we liked it that way!)
Today, you get to choose from a smorgasbord of movies and TV shows, and watch them all by lonesome on a nice bright screen on the back of the seat directly in front of you. There's just one problem. Sometimes, the person next to you may be watching an R-rated film, complete with the original's nude scenes, whether you want to see it or not. Or you yourself may be flipping through channels and see a show containing the same kind of graphic content.
That's what happened to author Bob DeMoss, who was shocked when bare breasts and a sex scene confronted him on a recent Delta flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta when he decided to tune into the free on-demand, Starz Channel political drama “Boss.”
“I didn’t expect for a woman to bare her breasts six inches from my face on an airplane. This was a deliberate full-frontal exposure. I was seated in ‘sardine class’ where every one of the 300 seats was taken on this massive 777LR jet, and when the blonde tore her top off and reached for her partner’s zipper, I instinctively grabbed a vomit bag to cover the action unfolding on the TV monitor inches from my face,” DeMoss recalled. “I held the bag in position until both the gratuitous nudity and ensuing sex scene passed. I could tell the offending material was over when the grunts, groans and moans in my headset gave way to dialogue in a new scene.”