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Porn Is Apparently A Problem In Air Canada Cockpits

Looks like turbulence isn't the only thing shaking up the skies.

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The bulletin was sent last year but only recently came to light. Apparently this was not the first time the airline has run into this problem.

Six years ago a female pilot complained of pornographic images glued to, tacked to, and in plain sight in the cockpit. The airline looked into her claim and discovered "evidence of racial or ethnic prejudice as well as sexual materials in the work place" according to CBC News.

She also provided the airline with photos of the material, which included a violent pornographic image of a woman where "someone has drawn a knife in the back of the girl on the right hand side.”

According to a Transport Canada document, the images also fell under the category of workplace violence.

The report went on to say that some of the material was stored in compartments with electrical wiring and could potentially pose a hazard. Transport Canada did also tell CBC News "that its investigation found that Air Canada did not violate aviation safety."

Air Canada also went on to say that more pornographic material has been found as recently as February of this year. While this behavior is not explicitly illegal, it does raise some safety concerns. The term "cockpit" might take on a whole new meaning.

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