The passengers on the IndiGo flight were returning from working in the Gulf and were partying when things spiraled out of hand and they began yelling at and assaulting their fellow passengers.
Two passengers on an IndiGo flight between Dubai and Mumbai were detained on Thursday for allegedly mistreating the flight attendants and other passengers while inebriated.
According to the official, the passengers were detained after the jet landed in Mumbai on Wednesday and later freed on bail. “Nalasopara in Palghar and Kolhapur are the hometowns of the two accused.
Flight from Dubai to Mumbai
“The two verbally attacked the crew that interfered as well as the co-flyers when they protested to the commotion. One of them was intoxicated as they made their way down the aisle. The team removed their bottles, the official continued.
In a statement responding to the incident, IndiGo said that two passengers on aircraft 6E 1088 from Dubai to Mumbai were found to be intoxicated and persisted in consuming alcohol despite several warnings from the crew. They continued, “They verbally harassed the crew and fellow travelers.
They were given to the CISF security staff as per policy because of their disorderly behavior. A police report has been made against the offenders at a local police station, the low-cost airline further disclosed.
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Sahar police station officer said
According to the Sahar police station officer, they have been charged with violating sections 21, 22, and 25 of the Aircraft Rules as well as Indian Penal Code section 336 (for endangering life and safety of others).
According to officials, this is the seventh instance this year in which a lawsuit has been filed due to flyers’ disruptive behavior.
On March 11, a man was detained for smoking in the restroom and attempting to unlock the emergency exit of an aircraft from London to Mumbai.
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