Published: Thu, November 15, 2018
Finance | By Loren Pratt

Air India pilot loses licence after failing breath test

Air India pilot loses licence after failing breath test

The woman allegedly abused Air India crew members over denial of extra alcohol on-board.

In between threatening attendants to have them sued or shot, the woman returned to her seat, where she turned her attention to her fellow passengers.

In another video, the woman continues her rant, this time berating other passengers in business class.

In the vidoe clip which has gone viral on social media, the woman can be heard saying, "I am working for all your people.for you, an worldwide criminal lawyer".

She goes on to threaten to "boycott" the airline for not serving her "a wee bottle of wine".

The commander of the flight, who came to know of the unruly passenger also asked the cabin crew members not to serve alcohol and had instructed only female flight attendants to come in contact with her.

"F*** off! I'm a f***ing global criminal lawyer and a barrister".

A veteran pilot had his flying licence revoked Monday after failing a breath test moments before captaining an Air India plane to London, India's aviation regulator said.

She expressed disbelief that they didn't have the balls to "stand up to the injustice" of not being served more wine while in business class, and lashed out when one woman urged her to sit down because she was "pathetic." .

Air India filed an FIR against the passenger and she was taken into custody on landing at London's Heathrow airport, the official said.

She said, "I'm working for all your people. The f-king Rohingyas, the f-king people of all Asia, for you, an worldwide criminal lawyer". "You f**king stupid c**t".

The crew described the woman as very drunk when she angrily urged the crew to give her more wine.

'Give me a bottle of wine and game over!' "You think I am scared?"

An Irish woman has been arrested at Heathrow Airport following a drunken rant on her Air India flight from Mumbai.

More than 150 pilots from different Indian airlines have failed breath tests for alcohol in the past four years, the government said in response to a 2018 freedom of information request.

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