If you thought we were done with stories about men peeing on other women or in their blankets, you were mistaken. The peeing continues, and it appears that it has now reached the airport’s departure gate. The latest and similar incident features a drunk man who was caught peeing at the departure gate of Delhi’s IGI Airport. The drunk man also hurled abuse at other passengers at the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Drunk Man Urinates At Delhi’s IGI Airport
The accused, Jauhar Ali Khan, was at departure gate number 6 at the forecourt area T3. He suddenly opened the zip of his pants and exposed himself in front of passengers and visitors. The man then urinated there. He was also seen abusing the other passengers. He screamed and misbehaved with them for no reason. The police said that the weird incident took place at 5:30 pm. when the passengers were lining up for their IndiGo flight from Delhi to Daman.
The drunk man at Delhi’s IGI airport was arrested by the police after a senior security official complained about him. A FIR was lodged on the complaint of the official. Jauhar was sent to Safdarjung Hospital after the arrest. The doctors at the hospital said that he was drunk. Sections 294 (obscene act) and 510 (misconduct in public by a drunk person) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) have been used to charge him.
An Elderly Woman Was Peed On
An incident that shamed the entire nation was the recent Air India one. A top executive named Shankar Mishra was in the business class of Air India’s flight from New York to Mumbai. The man urinated on a woman in her 70s. The man was arrested six weeks after the incident by the Delhi police. Tata Group Chairman N Chandrasekaran apologised for the airlines’ failure to act more quickly.
The other incident featured a man who peed in his co-passenger’s blanket when she went to use the washroom. The incident took place in Air India’s Delhi bound flight from Paris. The female passenger who at first made a written complaint later refused to file a case.
What do you think of these incidents?
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