Air Asia flight Delhi was coming from Bangalore to Delhi, in which a passenger took off his clothes after an argument with the cabin crew.
A passenger aboard this plane said that the dispute started over the life jacket.
On AirAsia flight coming from Bangalore to Delhi, a passenger suddenly started clashing with a cloth after which there was a ruckus. According to the report of ANI, Air Asia flight Delhi was coming from Bangalore to Delhi. A passenger boarded this flight, which started an argument with the cabin crew. Meanwhile, he suddenly started unbuttoning his clothes and removed the entire clothes. A passenger aboard this plane said that the dispute started over the life jacket.
Air Asia spokesperson confirmed the incident. He said that on April 6, a passenger boarded a flight i5-722 coming from Bangalore to Delhi. He misbehaved with the cabin crew member. Many times it was requested from the passenger that other passengers are also having problems and they pay attention to their behavior. Despite repeated saying, he ignored it. During this time, he took off all his clothes, due to which the other passengers on the flight also suffered a lot.
The passenger was handed over to the police as soon as Delhi was land
Later, cabin crew overcame the passenger with the help of other passengers and the pilot was informed. The pilot was told everything about his behavior. After this, the pilot informed the Delhi Air Traffic Control Room about the incident. After the plane landed in Delhi, it was immediately handed over to the police.
Delhi Police has registered a case
Regarding this incident, it was also said on behalf of the airline that we take full care of the safety and respect of our passengers. But the airline follows a no-tolerance policy regarding such behavior. We condemn this kind of incident. Delhi Police has registered a case against that passenger. The airline did not put that passenger on the no-fly list until the news was written.
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