Ex MLA Pappu Yadav Denies Allegations of Misbehaving With Airhostess

Yadav allegedly showed the airhostess his footwear and warned her that she would be beaten using it.

Published: 17th June 2015 02:37 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th June 2015 02:37 PM   |  A+A-


An airhostess has filed a complaint against the expelled RJD MP Pappu Yadav from Bihar, who misbehaved with the in-flight crew on a Patna-Delhi Jet Airways flight on Tuesday.

Yadav, listed as a VVIP, was the last passenger to board the flight.

According to reports, Yadav was irked at the air hostess who allegedly asked him to sit upright during take-off and fasten his seat belt, which he refused to comply with.

After boarding the flight late, he reportedly dropped dessert on the luggage bag kept near his feet and asked the crew to clean it. The matter worsened after Yadav commented that it was the job of the airhostess and MPs don't do such menial work. He also told her that he would hit her with his footwear if she did not listen to him.

Reportedly, the flight's captain, before landing at Delhi requested for security assistance at the gate due to an unruly guest on-board. Yadav was then led by security agencies on arrival at Delhi.

The airhostess also alleged manhandling at the hands of the MP during landing when he pushed her aside roughly before getting off. The ex MP has denied all charges and has claimed that if what the airhostess said was true, she would have filed a police complaint.


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