Another Mid-air ‘Peeing’ Incident on AI Flight As Drunk Man ‘Urinates’ on Woman’s Blanket

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Edited By: Pritha Mallick

Last Updated: January 05, 2023, 19:03 IST

The unnamed business class offender has been banned from flying on Air India for 30 days, pending a report of its Internal Committee. (File Photo: IANS)

The unnamed enterprise class offender has been banned from flying on Air India for 30 days, pending a report of its Internal Committee. (File Photo: IANS)

According to officers, there was no penal motion as the 2 passengers had a “mutual compromise” and the accused tendered a “written apology”

Days after a Mumbai businessman was let go after urinating on a feminine passenger on a New York-Delhi Air India flight, one other incident was reported during which a drunk male passenger allegedly relieved himself on a feminine passenger’s blanket on a Paris-Delhi flight, officers mentioned on Thursday.

The incident befell on December 6 on Air India flight 142 and no penal motion was taken towards the accused, recognized as Sukant Kumar after the girl passenger refused to file a police criticism and the person gave a written apology, sources informed CNN-News18.

The matter was reported by the pilot of the plane to the Air Traffic Control (ATC) on the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, following which the male passenger was apprehended.

It is just not recognized which class the passengers have been travelling in, in accordance with PTI.

The flight landed round 9:40 AM at Delhi and the airport safety was knowledgeable that the male passenger was “drunk and he was not following the directions of the cabin crew and he later peed on a blanket of an onboard girl passenger”, airport officers have been quoted as saying

The male passenger was apprehended by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) as soon as he deboarded the plane. However, he was later allowed to leave after the two passengers had a “mutual compromise” and the accused tendered a “written apology”, they said.

The lady passenger, who had initially made a written complaint, refused to file a police case and hence the passenger was allowed to go by the airport security after he cleared immigration and customs formalities, they said.

The incident came 10 days after a man allegedly urinated on a female co-passenger onboard a New York-Delhi Air India flight on November 26.

The Delhi Police has registered an FIR in the November incident, based on a complaint by the victim to Air India, and has formed several teams to nab the accused.

Facing outcry over not reporting the incident, Air India on Thursday told aviation sector regulator DGCA that its staff had not complained to law enforcement as the aggrieved lady had “rescinded” an preliminary request for motion after the 2 “appeared” to have sorted out the issue.

It further stated that the unnamed business class offender has been banned from flying on Air India for 30 days, pending a report of its Internal Committee.

(With inputs from PTI)

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