Ten days after the shocking incident on an Air India flight between New York and Delhi on November 26, another instance of a “drunk” male passenger allegedly “urinating” on a woman passenger’s blanket was reported on the Paris-Delhi sector; however, officials said today that no charges were brought against the passenger because he had submitted a written apology.
The male passenger was apprehended as a result of the pilot of the flight reporting the event to air traffic control (ATC) at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) about the incident that occurred on Air India flight 142 on December 6. Which class the travellers were travelling in was unknown.
The flight landed around 9:40 am at Delhi and the airport security was informed that the male passenger was “under the influence of alcohol and he was not following the instructions of the cabin crew and he later peed on a blanket of an onboard woman passenger”, airport officials said.
As soon as he stepped off the plane, the male passenger was detained by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), but was subsequently released when the two passengers reached a “mutual solution” and the accused presented a “written apology,” according to the reports.
The woman passenger, who had first submitted a written complaint, declined to file a police report; as a result, they claimed, airport security permitted the passenger to leave after he through immigration and customs requirements. The incident happened barely over a week after the incident on November 26, when a man is accused of urinating on a woman co-passenger on an Air India flight from New York to Delhi.
Based on a report made by the victim to Air India, the Delhi Police has now filed a FIR in connection with the horrific incident from November and has organised numerous teams to find the suspect.