Drunk Man Pees At Departure Gate Of Delhi Airport's Terminal 3, Abuses Passengers
A man in an inebriated state urinated at the forecourt area of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Aiport’s Terminal 3 and hurled abuses at others on Sunday, after which he was arrested and later released on bail.
One Jauhar Ali Khan, scheduled to depart from Delhi on a flight to Dammam was urinating publically in front of departure gate 6 at IGI Airport T3 on Jan 8. Khan, who seemed to be inebriated, also abused passengers. He was arrested & later released on a bail bond: Delhi Police
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He screamed, abused people
Police said Jauhar Ali Khan (39), a Bihar resident scheduled to depart from Delhi to Dammam in Saudi Arabia, was seen urinating publicly in front of departure Gate No 6 at IGI Airport T3 on 8th January.
As per the police, Khan seemed to be in a drunken condition when he created nuisance in public by screaming and abusing other people.
Khan was examined at the Safdarjung Hospital and he was found to have consumed alcohol, Deputy Commissioner of Police (airport) Ravi Kumar Singh said.
Based on a complaint from the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), the police had registered a case under sections 294
(obscene acts and songs)
(misconduct in public by a drunken person)
of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at the IGI Airport police station and Khan was arrested. He was later released on a bail bond, the DCP said.
3rd incident in a month
This is the third incident of a drunk passenger urinating in public view. On 6 December 2022, a drunken man reportedly urinated on a female co-passenger’s blanket. Reports suggested that the man had given a written apology, following which no penal action was taken against him. The incident occurred on the Delhi-bound Air-India flight from Paris.
Earlier, one drunken man urinated on a woman co-passenger in an inebriated condition in business class of the Air India flight from New York to Delhi on 26 November last year.
The Delhi Police had registered an FIR against him on 4th January on a complaint given by the woman to Air India and arrested him from Bengaluru on Saturday. A court later sent him to judicial remand for 14 days.
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