Air India ‘pee-gate’: Man accused of peeing on co-passenger will get fired from job

Shankar Mishra, the person accused of urinating on his co-passenger on a New York-Delhi Air India flight, has been fired by his employer Wells Fargo on Friday. 

“Wells Fargo holds staff to the very best requirements {of professional} and private habits and we discover these allegations deeply disturbing. This particular person has been terminated from Wells Fargo. We’re cooperating with regulation enforcement and ask that any extra inquiries be directed to them,” the American financial institution stated in an announcement. 

A day after Delhi Police requested the authority involved to challenge a Look Out Round (LOC), the Delhi Police has on Friday reached out to the US-based Wells Fargo firm’s authorized division to cooperate with investigations.

On November 26, S Mishra, allegedly drunk, unzipped and urinated on the lady. He remained on the spot, exposing himself till one other passenger requested him to return to his seat.

The police have registered an FIR within the matter beneath sections 354, 509, and 510 of the Indian Penal Code and Part 23 of the Indian Plane Act. Each the accused and the sufferer are from exterior Delhi. The sufferer, in her criticism filed on Wednesday, has stated that she wished the person arrested however the “crew introduced the offender” earlier than her in opposition to her needs and he profusely apologised in order that no criticism is filed in opposition to him.


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