This Air Hostess Was Fired For Being Too Sexy After Appearing In...

This Air Hostess Was Fired For Being Too Sexy After Appearing In Raunchy PHOTO Shoot [LOOK]

By Metro UK on November 29, 2014

An air hostess who flaunted her busty figure for a series photoshoots and a music video has been fired from her job after bosses discovered the raunchy snaps.

Zuhal Sengul, 31, angered her Turkish Airlines bosses when they saw her showing off her curves in low-cut tops and corsets for a series of Gothic-style photoshoots featured in an Italian magazine.

Sexy air hostess fired from job for being 'too raunchy'
Turkish Airline bosses weren’t pleased to discover Ms Sengul’s other life as a Gothic model (Picture: CEN)

And it seems the discovery of a music video in which the tattoo-sporting Ms Sengul struts her stuff in a bikini was the last straw, with the airline firing the 31-year-old as they move towards a more conservative image.

‘Simple make-up, immaculate and in pastel colours, is preferred for staff working in the service sector,’ a statement from Turkish Airlines said.

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Turkish Airlines are looking to move towards a more conservative image (Picture: YouTube)

The dismissal of Ms Zuhal, who is a vegan campaigner and holds a black belt in karate, may have been influenced by a country-wide shift towards more traditional Muslim values, with the president of the airline’s labour union saying that Turkey has become ‘more conservative, more religious’.

‘This new guideline is totally down to Turkish Airlines management’s desire to shape the company to fit its own political and ideological stance,’ he said.

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Last year, the airline banned wearing lipstick, although the decision was later reversed (Picture: Facebook)

Last year the airline banned staff from wearing lipstick, although they later reversed the decision after a social media backlash, saying it was a misunderstanding.

Turkish Airlines is one of the fastest-growing airlines in the world, connecting Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh with Istanbul.

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