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Air traveler jailed for urinating on a woman passenger onboard of international flight

An air traveller was jailed for urinating on a woman onboard of an international flight in India. This ugly incident took place in Bangaluru, India on Sunday.

Indian police took into custody Shankar Mishra from the Bengaluru city in India and brought him to New Delhi for investigation.

According to Police spokesperson Suman Nalva, a woman air-traveler lodged a complaint with police about Shankar Mishra. She said Mishra urinated on her onboard of Air India flight from New York to Bangaluru city.

The court jailed Shankar for 14 days and banned him for air travel for one month.

According to police, Shankar was drunk and not even aware of what he did with the female passenger onboard of an international flight.

According to The Times of India newspaper, Mishra said he he was drunk and could not believe what he had done. It is, however, shocking why the airline served too much alcohol to a passenger onboard of an international flight.

A New Delhi court sent him to prison for 14 days as police investigate the complaint accusing Mishra of outraging the modesty of a woman during the New York-New Delhi flight. If convicted, he faces up to three years in prison.

Sugata Bhattacharjee, another passenger traveling in the flight, pointed out that he saw Shankar Mishra consuming too much liquor during flight.

Mishra was also talking incoherently, repeating the same question about his family many a times.

Javed Mahmood
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