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Passenger Breaks Lavatory Door On Air India Flight From Toronto

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A Nepalese individual has been booked for reportedly abusing  Air India flight attendants and damaging the lavatory door. Based on the complaint of the cabin supervisor Aditya Kumar, Delhi Police registered the case.

According to the FIR, a passenger on the Air India flight that departed from Toronto switched seats before insulting the crew in the economy class.


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According to Mr. Kumar’s complaint, the crew members and the pilot in command issued an oral warning to the passenger when he began verbally abusing them. Later, following lunch service, a smoke alarm went off. He smelt smoke as soon as he opened the bathroom door and caught the passenger with a lighter.


“The moment I opened the door in front of the passenger, he pushed me aside and sprinted to seat 26F. He pushed and abused me as well when I tried to stop him. The LAV door 3F-RC was afterward broken by him. Following my prompt notification of the captain, we attempted to restrain him in accordance with SOP with the assistance of cabin crew Punit Sharma and the other four passengers, according to Mr. Kumar. The cabin supervisor also stated in his FIR that 10 additional passengers helped to detain the guilty individual. However, they later learned that the accused was also attempting to beat the passengers.

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At the IGI Police Station in Delhi, the case has been filed under sections 323, 506, and 336 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and 22, 23, and 25 of the Aircraft Rules.