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Old 14th Nov 2018, 06:44
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"International criminal lawyer" abuses AI crew

Yet again another example of disgusting behaviour on a flight. This time on an Air India flight from Mumbai to London. Lets hope she is debarred from her position.

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Old 14th Nov 2018, 06:58
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What a disgusting person and I also hope that she suffers severe consequences. I also feel
that the crew showed great restraint for which they deserve a large tax free bonus.
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 07:01
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She is obviously, as we used to say in the army, as pissed as a handcart. And a complete waste of space!
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 07:08
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I love a story with a happy ending.

"The passenger was arrested after the flight landed in Heathrow and is currently in custody."

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Old 14th Nov 2018, 07:14
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The great thing is that as she repeatedly states "she is a criminal barrister"
A sober review of her situation may allow her the realisation that she will indeed need a criminal barrister.
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 08:04
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The sad side of human behaviour, the crew did remarkably well not to rise to the occasion.
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 08:40
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I rather suspect she is now an "Ex-International Criminal Lawyer"
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 09:19
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I rather suspect she is now an "Ex-International Criminal Lawyer"
When defending people who have been caught while engaged in criminal activity, being rational is not necessarily an advantage.
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 10:01
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I hope the pilot happened to be walking past and only got caught up in this car crash. He has no place getting involved in a cabin situation and no doubt has zero training dealing with disruptive passengers. Fat lot of good on the flight deck if he had a broken nose or worse.
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 10:09
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I saw silly behaviour but nothing criminal, but of course if the bleeped out words are racist or anything they could get her on that.

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Old 14th Nov 2018, 11:00
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Originally Posted by ChicoG View Post
I love a story with a happy ending.

"The passenger was arrested after the flight landed in Heathrow and is currently in custody."

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ToI repeatedly says she's Irish - but she sounds like a Londoner to me.... (she could of course be both!).
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 11:16
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Originally Posted by MCDU2 View Post
I hope the pilot happened to be walking past and only got caught up in this car crash. He has no place getting involved in a cabin situation and no doubt has zero training dealing with disruptive passengers. Fat lot of good on the flight deck if he had a broken nose or worse.
That was not the pilot but the uniform is that of a male in flight attendant on AI.

The article also states that the commander was informed & he gave instructions for only the female flight attendants to handle her.....wise move

"By now, the commander of the flight was informed about the p ..

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Old 14th Nov 2018, 11:19
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She clearly needs treatment, and should be pitied not hanged. I think she said ' . . . and a barrister. I rather doubt that, but if so, I imagine her career is about to take a serious turn for the worse.

Of course, the safety of the flight comes first and the quality of comfort for other paying passengers comes an important, of not close, second. A clearer understanding of cabin crew powers needs to be established and clearly laid out to passengers world-wide now, not after further events, because right now, there seems to be a vast range of reactions - some of them far too aggressive. From what I can see, well done this crew!

I knew a woman that was a charming host - until she'd had a few. The personality change was Jekyll and Hyde. These people should never, ever drink.

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Old 14th Nov 2018, 11:29
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Good for the crew which handled it well. How many ml is a quarter bottle of wine?
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 12:06
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I saw silly behaviour but nothing criminal, but of course if the bleeped out words are racist or anything they could get her on that.

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She spat on and twisted the arm of a flight attendant. That is assault. If there is any form of injury from the twisted arm it is ABH.
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 12:35
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Originally Posted by Loose rivets View Post
She clearly needs treatment, and should be pitied not hanged. I think she said ' . . . and a barrister. I rather doubt that, but if so, I imagine her career is about to take a serious turn for the worse.

Of course, the safety of the flight comes first and the quality of comfort for other paying passengers comes an important, of not close, second. A clearer understanding of cabin crew powers needs to be established and clearly laid out to passengers world-wide now, not after further events, because right now, there seems to be a vast range of reactions - some of them far too aggressive. From what I can see, well done this crew!

I knew a woman that was a charming host - until she'd had a few. The personality change was Jekyll and Hyde. These people should never, ever drink.
What good would a clearly laid out understanding bring in this case ? This "lady" was/is either a drunk, a maniac or a drunk maniac. IF she really is a lawyer, than she knew perfectly well what she did but simply could not restrain herself and was on a power trip. Maybe a combination of alcohol and other drugs, who knows... high time alcohol gets forbidden, compared to other drugs its clearly a real big problem.

Ban her for life from any flying and do make that public big time.
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 13:15
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Hopefully whoever employed her has now freed her from service to seek employment elsewhere. She can add the video to her resume. I am also frankly getting tired of the “It’s not my fault I am a alcoholic excuse.”
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Originally Posted by rotornut View Post
Good for the crew which handled it well. How many ml is a quarter bottle of wine?
assuming standard 750ml bottle

750/4=187.5
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Old 14th Nov 2018, 14:38
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I am also frankly getting tired of the Its not my fault I am a alcoholic excuse.
That's not a legal defense, at least in the U.S.
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I rather suspect she is now an "Ex-International Criminal Lawyer"
I am going with criminal ex-lawyer
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