A home flight simulator seized from the home of Malaysian Airlines Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah and reassembled by investigators at Bukit Aman police headquarters in Kuala Lumpur has finally revealed what was in the files determined to have been recently deleted.
The files, once thought to be related to a hijacking dry run to or attempts to fly an aircraft undetected, was found in the end to just be a collection of beautiful young Asian ladies posing in front of antique and modern aircraft, inside and out, in various stages of undress.
“Pretty tame stuff for the industry, ” the lead Malaysian investigator reports. “I’ve seen some crazy shit, man. Freaky stuff. You don’t even want to know. But the creepiest stuff that was deleted here didn’t even have any women in them. What is this? A toggle switch? Landing gear? Anyway, it’s pretty standard procedure to clear out some of the racier stuff before taking a long trip. You never know what will happen and who will end up with your stuff.”
The Malaysian mystery flight investigation continues.