Woman's mid-air rant after 'being refused glass of wine' on plane

Gladys Abbott
November 16, 2018

Some reports suggested that the woman was arrested after the flight landed at the London airport.

A drunk passenger goes insane on an Air India Flight, after she was refused another glass of wine on the flight. The woman went on to say she works for the "Rohingya" and "all nations" before stating she "do [esn't] get any money for it" and demanding another glass of wine. "If I say boycott Air India, done", she was seen saying in the video. According to several reports, O'Broin was irate that she was denied more alcohol and also told she can not smoke on board the aircraft.

The video also shows that the cabin crew and other passengers remaining calm, and not reacting to the woman's rant. "She hurled abuse and manhandled the crew", the official said.

Bellowing at the admirably stoic staff, the passenger went on to claim to be an worldwide human rights lawyer who has "f***ing helped Palestinian people".

The passenger turned unruly after she finished two more quarter bottles of wine and she also lashed out at the other business class passengers for being mute witnesses, the report said. "All you had to do was give me a f***ing drink".

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

'Do you understand me? She then repeatedly proclaimed that she is a "human rights lawyer for the f***ing Palestinian people" as well as the "Irish Republic Army. you'll be f***ing shot".

The passenger was arrested after the flight landed at Heathrow Airport in London and is under custody. The arrest related to incidents that had occurred on board the plane.

'She was subsequently released under investigation'.

She laughed when she received a written note from the captain, and launched into a tirade about how she was an worldwide lawyer, a human rights lawyer, a barrister and a proponent of the "boycott movement" with connections to the Irish Republican Army.

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