Passenger arrested for urinating on American Airways flight from JFK to Delhi

Passenger arrested for urinating on American Airways flight from JFK to Delhi
Passenger arrested for urinating on American Airways flight from JFK to Delhi

An American Airways passenger was arrested after urinating on a flight from New York to New Delhi (Getty Photographs)

A US faculty scholar was arrested for allegedly urinating on a enterprise class passenger and being abusive in direction of cabin crew on an American Airways flight from New York to Delhi, in accordance with studies.

Aryan Vohra, a 21-year-old Indian nationwide, was met by police when flight AA 292 from JFK landed at Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport early on Saturday night native time, officers advised the ANI information company.

In an announcement, American Airways advised ANI that Mr Vohra was “closely intoxicated” and ignoring the crew’s directions.

“He was repeatedly arguing with the working crew, was not prepared to be seated, and repeatedly endangering the protection of the crew and plane and after disturbing (the) security of fellow passengers lastly urinated on (a passenger) in 15g,” the airline advised the information web site.

The pilot had radioed forward to warn airport safety of the unruly passenger. He continued to “misbehave” after being led from the airplane by safety officers, the airport’s deputy chief of police Devesh Kumar Mahla advised ANI.

Mr Mahla mentioned “the strongest potential motion” can be taken towards the passenger as a deterrent to different travellers.

The sufferer, a US citizen who was flying enterprise class, didn’t make a grievance with police, Mr Mahla added.

Nonetheless, the suspect would nonetheless be prosecuted for “endangering flight security” below India’s Civil Aviation Act, Mr Mahla mentioned.

Mr Vohla was handed over to Delhi Police earlier than being launched on Sunday afternoon, he added.

“American Airways flight 292 from John F. Kennedy Worldwide Airport (JFK) to Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport (DEL) was met by native regulation enforcement upon arrival in Delhi on account of a disruptive buyer,” a spokesperson for American Airways mentioned in an announcement to The Unbiased. “We’re grateful to our crew members who’re constantly devoted to the protection and care of our prospects and dealt with the circumstances with the utmost professionalism.”

Mr Vohra can be completely banned from flying on American Airways, ANI reported.