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Drunk man Shankar Mishra on Air India’s New York-Delhi flight urinates on old woman inside business class, walks away free

As per a report in Times of India, the woman had alerted the cabin crew, but the male passenger walked away scot-free after arriving in Delhi. The woman stated that her clothes, bag and shoes were soaked in urine.

A drunk male passenger on an Air India flight from New York to Delhi recently exposed himself and urinated on a female co-passenger, as per reports. The incident happened in business class on the flight. However, the drunk male wasn’t apprehended by the crew.

The incident came to light only after the woman, a senior citizen in her seventies, wrote a letter to Tata Group’s chairman N Chandrasekaran.

As per a report in Times of India, the woman had alerted the cabin crew, but the male passenger walked away scot-free after arriving in Delhi. The woman stated that her clothes, bag and shoes were soaked in urine.

She stated that the incident happened after the lights inside the flight were dimmed after meals were served. The crew reportedly gave her a pair of pyjamas, and slippers and asked her to return to the same seat. Though several seats were vacant in the first class, the woman was asked to sit on a crew seat.

As per the report, the incident happened on November 26 on board Air India’s flight AI-102, which departed New York’s JFK Airport. “Shortly after meals were served and lights were dimmed, another passenger walked to my seat, unzipped his pants, relieved himself and continued to expose me to his private parts”, the woman has complained.

Air India has informed that a police complaint has been filed against the accused male passenger. An internal committee has recommended putting the man on a ‘no fly’ list.

Update: This report was published on January 4th, and on January 5th it was reported that the accused man has been identified as Shankar Mishra. The headline has been updated to reflect the same. Delhi Police said that Mishra is a resident of Mumbai but at present, he is not present there. Police also added that they are searching for him and will arrest him at the earliest.

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