Foreign Tourist Misbehaves With Air Hostesses On Delhi-Goa Flight

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Foreign Tourist Misbehaves With Air Hostesses On Delhi-Goa Flight

| Updated: January 7, 2023 19:32

A foreign passenger allegedly misbehaved with women flight attendants on GO First’s flight from New Delhi to Goa on January 5, requesting that one of them sit with him and behave profanely with the other. This is just one more instance of in-flight harassment.

At Goa’s new airport in Mopa, he was turned over to the CISF, who also contacted the regulator DGCA. More information is yet to be disclosed. The tragedy just so happened to occur on the day when the new airport was opened.

It was uncovered on the same day when a man was jailed for urinating on a woman co-passenger on an Air India flight in November. On November 26, an Air India flight from New York to Delhi witnessed the horrifying incident in which the accused, Shankar Mishra, allegedly urinated on an elderly woman passenger. Later, he begged the woman not to call the police and say anything about him since it would affect his wife and child.

Air India filed a police report this week, claiming that because there had been “no additional altercation or conflict” and because the crew “elect[ed] not to notify law enforcement upon landing, following the apparent desires of the woman passenger.” Mishra was prohibited from flying for 30 days, which outraged social media users who claimed it was insufficient.

Friday evening, Mumbai-based Shankar Mishra was apprehended by police from Bengaluru. 

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