She is heard demanding a glass of wine while shouting, "I am a human rights lawyer". The (expletives) Rohingyas, the (expletives) people of all Asia, for you, an worldwide criminal lawyer.
In a statement, the Metropolitan Police said: "At approximately 1.30pm on Saturday, 10 November, a 50-year-old woman was arrested after an Air India flight had landed at Heathrow Airport". The commander then instructed the crew not to serve her more liquor. The woman allegedly abused Air India crew members over denial of extra alcohol on-board. She laughed when she received a written note from the captain, and launched into a tirade about how she was an global lawyer, a human rights lawyer, a barrister and a proponent of the "boycott movement" with connections to the Irish Republican Army.
In one of the videos, she is heard saying, "You treat business class passengers like this?" Don't get any money for it, by the way.
In another video, the woman continues her rant, this time berating other passengers in business class.
While such an instance can be extremely tricky for the team, a recent incident that took place on an Air India flight, crossed all limits of belligerency. "But you won't give me a f***ing glass of wine, is that correct?" she rants. "If I say boycott Air India, done!"
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"I am a f**king global lawyer".
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.
Police have confirmed the woman's arrest but would not make public her identity. She may have been carrying an Irish passport, or the information may have been assumed by a quote from her later in another clip in which she threatens with the "Irish Republican Army". "All you have to do is give me a f**king drink but couldn't do that could you?"
'She was subsequently released under investigation'.
Earlier, Air India was in the headlines when a pilot of the airline failed to pass the pre-flight alcohol test.