Ok. I'll be the spoilsport here. I read the book out of curiosity and conversely, found it highly predictable, totally over sensationalised and not even very well written. Put it this way, I've no doubt that somewhere in the world, a boss has bonked his PA on the boardroom table. Do those of us not working in an office think that is your average day at work? Of course not! Nor do we think that everyone else is queuing up for the stationary cupboard.
As for saying that...
ab is a reality documentory.
written and also filmed in secret.
Really? A reality documentary? I don't think so and I think that suggesting such a thing is unfair and potentially dangerous. By all means, enjoy the book as a bit of whimsy and mild titillation but please don't assume it is a realistic account of life in the air. If you look hard enough, there are plenty of books out there that do give a good insight into our job whilst still being entertaining. Sadly, this is not one of them.
(Just to add, I am not saying these events did not happen. I don't know. Obviously, I wasn't there! But even if they did, suggesting that they make this book a "reality documentary" in a way, shape or form, is stretching the truth more than a little...)