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A drunk student urinates on a passenger on an American Airlines flight

A drunk student urinates on a passenger on an American Airlines flight


March 6, 2023 | 1:38 p.m

A drunk student has been arrested for allegedly urinating on a business class passenger during a 15-hour flight from New York to India.

Aryan Vohra, a 21-year-old Indian national studying in the United States, was arrested in Delhi late Saturday as he disembarked American Airlines Flight AA 292 from JFK, according to Indian police and the airline.

Officials said the pilot radioed before warning of a “nuisance customer” who “was very drunk.”

“He repeatedly argued with the operating staff, was unwilling to sit still and continually endangered the safety of the crew and the aircraft,” American Airlines said. Al-Ani News Agency.

After disturbing the safety of other passengers, [he] I finally peed on a passenger,” the airline said.

American Airlines accuses Aryan Vohra, 21, of urinating on a passenger on a flight from JFK to Delhi.
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Vohra – from He was traveling home to attend his sister’s wedding He later told the cops that he tried to go to the bathroom but the door was locked, According to Times of India.

The peeing passenger was not identified other than the fact that it was a man in seat 15G, which is in business class.

Vohra apologized and begged him not to file a complaint, which he appears to have agreed to, police said, noting that the arrest followed a complaint by the airline, not the alleged waterlogged victim.

However, Vohra continued to “misbehave” after security officials escorted him off the plane, Devesh Kumar Mahla, deputy chief of airport police, told ANI.

Mahalla vowed to take “the strongest possible action”.

American Airlines also canceled his return flight to the Big Apple – banning him from all of its future flights.

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Devesh Kumar Mahla, deputy chief of airport police, vowed to take “the strongest possible action”.
Times of India

Vohra was released on bail on Sunday while cops continue to investigate. It was not immediately clear if he was in business class on the Boeing 777, and the reports did not detail where he lived and studied in the United States.

The News Agency of India (ANI) noted that it was similar to the case on November 26 when a passenger urinated on a 70-year-old woman in business class on an Air India flight, this time traveling from Delhi to New York.

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