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Passenger misbehaved with a female crew in Delhi Hyderabad SpiceJet flight arrested ntc

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Passenger misbehaved with a female crew in Delhi Hyderabad SpiceJet flight arrested ntc
Aditya Chaudhary

The accused passenger has been arrested for misbehaving with a female crew member in a Spice Jet flight from Delhi-Hyderabad. Spice Jet Security had complained about this to the police. Delhi Police has also registered a case in this matter. According to the Delhi Police, the accused Absar Alam has been arrested.

Actually, a case of misbehavior with the cabin crew came to light in SpiceJet flight going from Delhi to Hyderabad. During the journey, a passenger misbehaved with the crew member. After the uproar, the people sitting around pacified the matter. Later the accused passenger and his companion were offloaded from the aircraft. Both have been handed over to the security team.

The incident was on 23 January

It was told by SpiceJet that the incident took place on 23 January. SpiceJet’s wet-leased Corendon flight (SG-8133) was going from Delhi to Hyderabad. A passenger behaved in an inappropriate and inappropriate manner during boarding in Delhi. In the matter, the crew members informed the PIC and the security personnel. The passenger and his companion were offloaded and handed over to the security team. The video of this incident also came to the fore.

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A video of this incident has surfaced. In this, the ‘elderly’ passenger is being explained by the cabin crew. Elderly passenger says that I have not said anything wrong. I am of your father’s age. However, during this time the cabin crew kept trying to convince them. Later the people sitting around also intervened and pacified the old man. Meanwhile, the other cabin crew reached the spot and escorted their partner along.

The case of urinating on a woman came to the fore

Earlier, the case of urinating on a woman in flight also came to the fore. On November 26 last year, a drunk Shankar Mishra urinated on a 70-year-old female passenger sitting in the business class on a flight coming from New York to Delhi. In this case, the police had arrested the accused from Bengaluru on 7 January. DGCA has taken a strict stand on this incident. The accused Shankar Mishra has already been banned for six months. Along with this, the license of the pilot of the aircraft has also been suspended. In this case, a fine of 30 lakh has also been imposed on Air India.