Indian Student Got Banned From American Airlines After Doing This Inside Flight!!
Written by Dhiwaharan Published on Mar 05, 2023 | 00:31 AM IST | 70
A 21-year-old Indian student has been accused of urinating on a fellow passenger during an American Airlines flight from New York to New Delhi. According to American Airlines, flight AA292 from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Indira Gandhi International Airport was met by local law enforcement upon arrival due to a disruptive customer. The accused has been identified as Arya Vohra, a student at a US university, and has been banned by the airline. The incident has sparked outrage and legal action from authorities.
The airline stated that the passenger was heavily intoxicated and was not adhering to crew instructions on board. He was repeatedly arguing with the operating crew, was not willing to be seated, and continuously endangering the safety of the crew and aircraft. After disturbing the safety of fellow passengers, he allegedly urinated on a passenger seated in 15G. The American Airlines pilot contacted Delhi ATC before landing regarding an unruly passenger on board and sought security. It was informed to the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) for necessary action. After the landing of the aircraft, CISF personnel took him out from the aircraft, and the said passenger misbehaved with CISF personnel too.
The airport police have taken note of the incident and are taking legal action against the passenger. “We have received a complaint of urination on a co-passenger from American Airlines against one person Arya Vohra who is a student in the USA and resident of Defence Colony, Delhi. We are taking necessary legal action,” a senior Delhi Police official said.
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India’s aviation regulator has also sought a detailed report from the airline company. “We have received a report from the concerned airline. They seem to have handled the situation professionally and have taken all appropriate action,” a Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) official told news agency ANI.
This is not the first time such an incident has occurred. In November, a man named Shankar Mishra allegedly urinated on a 70-year-old woman co-passenger in an inebriated condition in business class of an Air India New York-New Delhi flight. The incident triggered a huge uproar as it was not reported to the authorities by the airline and only came to light after the victim wrote to N Chandrasekaran, boss of the Tata Group, which owns Air India. Mr. Mishra was later arrested by Delhi Police.
It has raised concerns over the safety of air travel, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Air travel has become an essential mode of transportation for people around the world, and any disruption can cause significant problems. In this case, the accused’s behavior was not only disruptive but also put the safety of the passengers and crew in danger.
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This highlighted the importance of reporting such incidents to the authorities. In the case of Mr. Mishra, the airline failed to report the incident, which led to a delay in legal action. It is crucial for airlines to take prompt action in such cases and inform the authorities to ensure that the guilty party is held accountable.
The incident involving Arya Vohra has raised concerns over the safety of air travel and the consumption of alcohol on board. It has also highlighted the importance of reporting such incidents to the authorities and taking prompt action to ensure that the guilty party is held accountable. Airlines have a responsibility to ensure the safety and comfort of their passengers, and any disruption to this can have serious consequences.