American Airlines urination incident: Police register case; accused Aryan Vohra released
New Delhi, March 5: Hours after being handed over to the police, the accused in the mid-air urination incident on the American Airlines flight has been released.
Police also informed that a case has been registered in the matter.
"A case has been registered in the matter. We will do our best in this case. The accused Aryan Vohra has been released," Devesh Kumar Mahla, DCP, IGI Airport added.
Police had previously stated that they would take "the strongest possible action" against him.
The airlines had previously handed over Vohra, an accused in the case, to the police along with the complaint.
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He was apprehended for allegedly urinating on a US passenger in mid-air on an American Airlines New York to New Delhi flight on Saturday.
The airline also banned the passenger from flying on any of its future flights.
"We received a complaint from American Airlines stating that there is one accused identified as Arya Vohra, a resident of Delhi. They stated that he did not behave properly and created a nuisance and also urinated on the co-passenger. Based on the complaint, we are contemplating action under IPC and Civil Aviation Act. The strongest possible action will be taken against him to deter other flyers to not to behave in this manner or do any such activity in the future," Devesh Kumar Mahla, DCP, IGI Airport said.
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