A BRIT businessman has been charged with raping a British Airways flight attendant at a five-star hotel in Barbados.
Daniel Johnson, 41, is accused of attacking the woman during a stopover between flights on the Caribbean island.
He appeared before magistrates in the capital of Bridgetown to be formally charged with the offence, the Daily Mail reports.
Johnson was granted bail of £4,000 but ordered to hand over his passport so he could not leave the island as investigations continue.
Magistrate Ian Weekes also ordered him to report to a police station twice a week as part of the bail conditions.
The businessman, who has lived in Barbados for the past seven years, allegedly raped a BA stewardess in her 20s at her £300-a-night hotel.
She claims she was attacked after inviting Johnson back with her.
Police said the ex-pat was known to the woman and they had been out for a meal along with other BA crew.