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Delhi: Passenger urinated in the plane, indecency on protesting, flight was coming from Mumbai to Delhi

Pankaj Prasad
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Indira Gandhi International Airport

Liss arrested the passenger and presented him in the court, from where he got bail.

A case of urination and spitting of a passenger traveling on Air India's Mumbai-Delhi flight has come to light. The passenger was arrested at the Delhi airport. After reaching Delhi airport, the officials informed the police about this. The police arrested the passenger and presented him in the court, from where he got bail. A complaint has been lodged on behalf of the flight captain at the Indira Gandhi International Airport police station in Delhi.

According to the complaint, on June 24, Air India flight AIC-866 from Mumbai to Delhi was mid-air, where a passenger on seat number-17F urinated on row 9 DEF of the aircraft. The cabin crew saw this act of the passenger. On protesting, the passenger spit on him. Later, the cabin supervisor of the flight gave a verbal warning. Thereafter, the misbehavior was also reported to the Flight Captain. Also issued a message at Delhi airport that the passenger should be caught after landing.

The fellow passengers were angry and agitated by this act of the passenger. As soon as the plane landed at the Delhi airport, the security chief of Air India spotted the accused passenger and took him to the IGI airport police station. The accused passenger is a cook working in Africa. He was coming from Mumbai to Delhi on Air India flight AIC 866 on June 24.

A senior Delhi Police officer said that on the complaint of the flight captain, Delhi Police has registered a case under section 294/510 at IGI Police Station and arrested the accused passenger. He got bail after being produced in the court. Police is investigating further.