Man Arrested for Misbehaving with Flight Attendant

New Delhi (PTI), Mar 23 : A 36-year-old man, who allegedly misbehaved with a flight attendant on an Air India flight from Saudi Arabia, was arrested on Monday at the international airport here

Subhash Chandra was apprehended after the flight attendant lodged a complaint with the police on Monday morning soon after the landing of the aircraft at around 6.30am, a senior police official said.

The flight attendant complained that the accused misbehaved with her on board the flight and informed crew about the incident. When they intervened, Chandra allegedly misbehaved with them also.

The woman complained to the police after the flight landed at the airport and a case of outraging modesty was registered.

Preliminary enquiry revealed that the accused Subhash Chandra, a resident of Rajasthan, had been staying in Saudi Arabia for last eight years and was working as a labourer.


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  • Ashok, Hubli

    Tue, Mar 23 2010

    Firstly I demand that there should be a proper enquiry into this incident. Air India's Flight Attendant (if this case pertains to a female attendant) behave as if they are performing a ramp walk or cat walk. They think they are of superior nature and that no other persons can complain against them. They take people for granted and are always giggling or chitchatting with their male / female compatriots even if their assistance is sought for. They are primarily responsible for the "downgrading" of the airline alongwith many other corrupt in-flight team members and think they are doing us a favour. I am sure that she (if she is a female) must have definitely played with the sentiments of the labourer. Else who could want to unnecessarily create a scene. Check out the facts.

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