Drunk man urinates on woman passenger's seat in Air India

Security       Drunk Air India passenger ‘urinates on elderly woman’s seat allowed to walk away’
       
       	        Ifrah Mufti         1 September 2018

Security Drunk Air India passenger ‘urinates on elderly woman’s seat allowed to walk away’ Ifrah Mufti 1 September 2018

Ghosh wrote, "On 30 August, Flight AI102 JFK to Delhi, seat36D".

Sinha was appraised of the incident on Twitter after a user said, "Disgraceful Air India yesterday on your flight AI102 from JFK to Delhi a drunk passenger removed his trousers and peed on the seat my mother was sitting!" The flight AI 102 was flying for NY from New Delhi on August 30 when the incident took place.

Ghosh tweeted on Friday that her mother had to face extreme shock and trauma after a drunk passenger fumbled across to her seat, removed his trousers and urinated on her seat. She was traveling alone and is completely traumatised!

Ghosh said the only thing the airline did in response was offer her mother another seat.

When asked what was the reaction of the Air India crew she said that except for giving her another seat they did nothing yet. "My mother after deboarding the flight in Delhi and while waiting for her wheelchair, saw the unruly passenger walk away freely".

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"The matter is under investigation and the cabin crew will give us the report of what exactly had happened in the flight", Air India spokesperson Praveen Bhatnagar said.

After the minister's tweet, the airline condemned this incident and offered "sincere apologies to passengers of the flight inconvenienced by this act".

She further wrote, "The details of the incident are extremely disturbing!"

"While an airline has no control over the behaviour of an individual passenger, our crew are trained to handle any situation with utmost care and concern", Air India added.

Junior aviation minister Jayant Sinha took cognizance of the tweet and immediately replied back asking Air India to take up the matter immediately and report back to either the aviation ministry or the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

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