Irish flyer spews racist abuses on Air India crew for refusing alcohol

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A passenger in the business class section of an Air India flight verbally abused a crew member after she was denied extra alcohol on-board.

Shocking footage taken by another passenger shows the woman deliver a tirade of expletives and offensive language toward flight staff. "You can't give me a wee bottle of wine". The incident took place on November 10 on Air India flight AI 131 and the passenger, who was travelling business class, was arrested later at Heathrow airport in London.

These were among the choice abusive phrases the woman directed at a decidedly calm and composed crew during her incessant rant. I work for all you f**king people.

"F*** off! I'm a f***ing worldwide criminal lawyer and a barrister". But you won't give me a glass of wine. At one point she turns to the camera and threatens the person recording, saying she has ties to the "Irish Republican Army".

In another video, the woman is seen directing her anger at a female crew member, yelling: "Rich Indian f***ing money grabbing bastard. After gulping down a few glasses of wine, she went to the lavatory and burnt a smoke but unfortunately, the smoke detector didn't set off".

A source told The Times Of India that after finishing four quarter bottles of wine, she demanded more from the flight attendants and her rant started after they declined. She then spat in the face of a crew member before twisting her arm and injuring her.

She also claims to be a "leader of the f***ing boycott movement", clapping in the air in front of the crewmember, before adding: "If I say "boycott" - f***ing Air India, done".

He said: "She was arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order, common assault and drunk and disorderly and taken to a West London police station".

"The arrest related to incidents that had occurred on board the plane".

"She was subsequently released under investigation".

On Tuesday, Air India's Director for Operations Capt Arvind Kathpalia was removed from his post by the government while the national carrier announced a probe against him, a day after aviation regulator DGCA suspended his flying licence for three years for failure to clear a pre-flight alcohol test.

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