IndiGo Airline: Two fliers caught filming an airhostess, flee as the flight stop for refueling

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| Friday, March 27, 2015 - 09:37
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After a young woman raised her voice against molestation in flight last month, another mid air drama has been reported from the Delhi-Guwahati Imphal IndiGo flight (6E 221) on Tuesday.

A woman passenger confronted two fellow passengers who reportedly clicked pictures and made videos of an airhostess on their mobile phones. 

While the airline has already launched an investigation into the matter, the two passengers named escaped as the passengers de-boarded at Guwahati for the refueling of the aircraft.

According to the reports, the duo started filming the airhostess soon after the flight took off from Delhi at 5:30 AM but were spotted by the cabin crew who then warned them and made them delete the video.

However, the passengers did not stop their action in spite of being warned. The second time, they were noticed by another passengers Angellica Aribam, the all-India secretary of the National Students Union of India (NSUI).

As she spoke to a leading tabloid about the incident, Aribam narrated, “It was shocking, seeing them take pictures of an airhostess on the flight. When I protested, one of them said, 'Aapko touch toh nahi kiya na. Chup ho jaiye'.”

The airline officials are awaiting an official complaint to be filed by Aribam with the airline and are trying to find out if the duo named in the case managed to get their baggage offloaded at Guwahati airport.

As informed by NSUI member, the two even stared at her sister while she was breastfeeding her baby.  “When I confronted them, they said, 'Jo karna hai kar lo'. It's only when I took out my phone to click their pictures that they stopped” she told the reporter. 

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Passengers misbehaving with ladies

Publicly flog these bastards who say " Jo karna hai kar lo" - Saudi laws should be applied on them.

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