An airline has hit back at rumours its flight attendants were busted indulging in a hotel room orgy.

A series of steamy videos showing at least six nude people was uploaded to Chinese blogging site Weibo and were then shared widely on social media.

They show two men and four women having a wild time dancing, laughing and getting intimate in the room.

Rumours spread quick and wide afterwards, with speculations those involved were flight attendants working for either China Eastern Airlines or its subsidiary Shanghai Airlines.

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However, in a document that's believe to be from China Eastern, the airline has angrily rejected the claims, insisting that people are trying to damage its reputation.

The Shanghaiist reports that the romp was also rumoured to have taken place in Madrid. However, many believe it was actually filmed in a luxury spa in Thailand.

Plenty of jokes have been circulating over the footage, including about the long lines the airline will have with everyone desperate to join their team.

Most local news reports on the saucy scenes have been taken down, with "China Eastern" now the second most censored term on Weibo.

Most local news reports on the saucy scenes have been taken down, with
Most local news reports on the saucy scenes have been taken down, with "China Eastern" now the second most censored term on Weibo. Photo / Supplied

It comes after a pair of strangers were busted joining the mile-high club on a packed Virgin Atlantic plane.