A banker who urinated on a woman passenger on an Air India flight was allowed to disembark as normal when the aircraft landed in India and no immediate action was taken. Photo: Handout
A banker who urinated on a woman passenger on an Air India flight was allowed to disembark as normal when the aircraft landed in India and no immediate action was taken. Photo: Handout
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Air India fined over passenger’s mid-air urination ‘peegate’ scandal, pilot suspended

  • The man allegedly relieved himself on a 72-year-old woman seated in business class on a flight from New York to New Delhi
  • Air India was fined US$37,000 for its handling of the incident and the pilot had his license suspended for three months

A banker who urinated on a woman passenger on an Air India flight was allowed to disembark as normal when the aircraft landed in India and no immediate action was taken. Photo: Handout
A banker who urinated on a woman passenger on an Air India flight was allowed to disembark as normal when the aircraft landed in India and no immediate action was taken. Photo: Handout
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