Unruly Irish Passenger Abuses, Spits At Crew On Air India Flight


She is heard demanding a glass of wine while shouting, "I am a human rights lawyer".

In a video that is going viral on social platforms, the woman can be heard shouting, "I am a f**king worldwide lawyer".

The passenger adds: "Don't get any money for it by the way. She then came to the galley and spat on the face of a crew member, before twisting her arm and injuring her", ToI quoted a source.

The crew were advised not to serve the woman any more alcohol after complaining to the captain. According to India Today, she was seen walking up to the flight's pilot and spitting at him before hurling abuses at a woman crew member! Air India says their crew acted appropriately given the situation. "The f-king Rohingyas, the f-king people of all Asia, for you, an global criminal lawyer".

The video clip ends with the 50-year-old having a rant at her fellow business class passengers for not "standing up against injustice".

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An inebriated woman who claimed to be an worldwide lawyer and pro-Palestinian activist was arrested after a racist, abusive rant aboard an Air India flight. "All you had to do was give me a f***ing drink".

Warning: The video contains strong language. At one point she turns to the camera and threatens the person recording, saying she has ties to the "Irish Republican Army". One of the flight attendants got it on video.

She starts to return to her seat and she continued to shout that she will "turn you inside f***ing out, you f***ing stupid c***s!" She also threatened to push over the dessert trolley and took an open bottle of wine without permission. "You think I am scared?"

London Metropolitan Police has confirmed that the woman was taken into custody at Heathrow Airport upon landing. The woman was arrested when the plane landed and charged with racially aggravated public order, common assault and drunk and disorderly, and is now being investigated.

"She was subsequently released under investigation".