Denied booze, drunk Irish woman abuses and spits at Air India crew

15 November, 2018, 03:59 | Author: Regina Silva
  • Denied booze, drunk Irish woman abuses and spits at Air India crew

Reports also said that she secretly swiped a bottle of wine from the food trolley.

An Irish woman has been arrested at Heathrow Airport following a drunken rant on her Air India flight from Mumbai.

'F*** off! I'm a f***ing worldwide criminal lawyer and a barrister.

'At approximately 1.30pm on Saturday, 10 November, a 50-year-old woman was arrested after an Air India flight had landed at Heathrow Airport, ' a police spokesperson told MailOnline.

The blonde, bare-footed woman yelled that she would "p-- all over" the flight attendants in court, and called a female staff member a "Indian f--ing money-grabbing b--", who she threatened to "turn inside out".

In the video shot on board, the passenger can be heard hurling abuses at the crew member and objecting to not being served more wine. These were among the few abusive phrases, the woman, who claimed to be an "international criminal lawyer", used for the cabin crew.

In one of the videos, she is heard saying, "You treat business class passengers like this?"

She also reportedly abused the fellow business class passengers for being mute witnesses.

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The incident took place on a flight to London last Saturday.

"I am a f**king worldwide lawyer".

According to a report in India Today, the woman's rant began when the cabin crew complained to the commander that the woman was too drunk. "But you cant give me a. glass of wine, is that correct?" "I say boycott Air India, done!"

"She was arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order, common assault and drunk and disorderly and taken to a west London police station". Apparently, the woman started downing bottles of wine the moment the plane was up in the air.

'She was subsequently released under investigation'.

The unruly passenger then proceeded to threaten to get people to boycott the airline.

Earlier, Air India was in the headlines when a pilot of the airline failed to pass the pre-flight alcohol test.

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