A video has gone viral that shows how a woman airline staffer gave it back to a drunken duo who misbehaved with her, going to the extent of forcing them to even fold hands apology in front of her. This incident happened at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport on Saturday midnight when a drunken duo started misbehaving with the woman staffer of a private airline. Both men were later booked for creating a nuisance.
The video shows two drunk men allegedly misbehaving with a woman airline staffer, after which she is seen confronting them. The duo was caught arguing with the woman staffer and passing objectionable remarks against her. Following the brawl, the woman complained to the traffic police who was on duty at the location. The drunk men were taken to the police outpost at the airport with the woman. What was striking was that the woman showed her fearless elf and not only made the drunkards apologise with folded hands but also touch her feet. In the video that is going viral on social media, the men were seen touching the feet of the woman at her instruction. “Bend completely and touch my feet. Then only I will let you go,” the woman is heard telling one of the men.
Sub-inspector at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) police station Ramesh Naik said the woman did not lodge any complaint against the duo, who later told the police that they were students, reported PTI. He said the two were found to be in an inebriated condition and were booked for creating the nuisance.
Incidents at airports where women have been misbehaved with or harassed have been on the rise. In March this year, an inebriated man flying from Dubai was arrested after he allegedly misbehaved with a woman passenger onboard and later harassed a woman immigration officer after arriving at the Mumbai airport. Later, in May this year, a TDP corporator of the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation (VMC) for allegedly misbehaving with a woman co-passenger while travelling from Delhi to Hyderabad on an Air India flight. Not only passenger but even airlines have been under question in such issues. Recently, three men staff, including a male steward of AirAsia, have been accused of misbehaving with a woman passenger at Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru on November 3.