Russia opens investigation over ‘homoerotic’ pilot cadets’ barracks party video


It may be old in Russia, but some Russian pilot candidates decided to turn up the heat in the most homoerotic way possible.

Future airline pilots in Russia decided to use their issued uniforms for a little “Chippendaleski” action at the Ulyanovsk Civil Aviation Institute.

Of course, they made the biggest mistake possible- the captured it on film and put it on the internet.

The dance party took place in the iconic “Hotel Aviation,” a 14+ story campus living quarters at UCAI, where professional civil aviation pilots live while they learn to fly at one of the East’s most prestigious flight schools.

Graduates of the academy go on to fly for major Russian airlines, such as Aeroflot.

The lads donned parts of their uniforms and mixed them with BDSM gear, dancing, cleaning and ironing to DJ Benny Benassi’s “Satisfaction.”

The performance was titled “Why you better not fly on planes.” However, this seemed an unreasonable title and later became “How pilots entertain themselves between flights.”

Institute disciplinarian Petr Timofeev said that he was disgusted by the behavior of the cadets.

“I am now just sitting here trying to comprehend it. We are sorting this out right now, both inside and outside our Institute,” he told the Daily Mail. “I have worked for 20 years and this is the first ever such case in my experience. It is so painful… We invest so much in these people and they behave in such a way.”

Putin loyalists, such as Ulyanovsk regional governor Sergey Morozov, have promised an investigation and punishments for embarrassing Russia.

“We have already established a joint commission of the Transport Ministry and the Russian Aviation body in order to study this situation,” he said.

However, not everyone was critical of the video- many online viewers appreciated the show.

“Nothing is disgraceful here, just young lads with a good sense of humor,” one viewer wrote. “They don’t drink alcohol or swear.”

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