“Bro, I think I am in trouble,” said an inebriated Shankar Mishra to his co-passenger as he was sobering up after urinating on a woman flyer in her 70s on a New York-Delhi flight on November 26.
Sugata Bhattacharjee, a US-based doctor of audiology in seat 8A (window) in the first row of business class, next to Mishra in seat 8C, said Mishra looked “visibly drunk”.
Bhattacharjee said he was asleep when Mishra allegedly urinated on the passenger in seat 9A, but he witnessed the events that followed.
Bhattacharjee was all praise for the two cabin crew members who helped the woman clean up. Bhattacharjee had requested the complaint book to register his observations, but the crew told him they had no complaint book. They instead told him to write his complaint on a piece of paper and told him it would be given to the authorities. While Bhattacharjee penned a two-page note on the entire episode, he claims he did not receive any acknowledgement of the same from the airlines.
He also blamed the captain as the captain waited for close to two house before allotting the victim a fresh seat.
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