On November 26, an Air India flight from New York to Delhi was accused of having Shankar Mishra urinate on an elderly passenger while his pants were unfastened.
Shankar Mishra, a Mumbai resident who intoxicatedly peed on an elderly woman on an Air India aircraft in November, was apprehended late on Friday night in Bengaluru by the Delhi police and brought back to the capital, according to reports. A watch notice or airport alert was issued to try to find him because he was running away.
After receiving some “solid” leads regarding Shankar Mishra’s whereabouts, the Delhi police sent a squad to Bengaluru, Karnataka, in an effort to apprehend him.
Despite turning off his phone, he continued to use social media to connect with his buddies, which allowed the police to track him down, according to top police sources. credit/debit card too, according to reports.
On November 26, an Air India flight from New York to Delhi was accused of having Shankar Mishra urinate on an elderly passenger while his pants were unfastened. Later, he begged the woman not to call the police and say something about him since it would affect his wife and child. Air India just made a police report this week, claiming that because “no additional flare-up or altercation” occurred and because the crew “elect[ed] not to notify law enforcement upon landing, following the apparent wishes of the female passenger. Mishra was prohibited from flying for 30 days, which outraged social media users who claimed it was insufficient.
Because she did not want to see Mishra’s face, the complainant informed the team that she was per her complaint, which is a part of the FIR, she was “stunned” when the offender was brought before her and “began crying and profusely apologizing” (First Information Report). Additionally, the woman charged that the staff was “very unprofessional” and passive in handling a “really delicate and stressful matter.”