Woman abuses flight crew for denying her alcohol

The woman was taken into custody once the plane landed

The footage sees the woman, hurling abuse at a crew member who is believed to be one of the pilots, shouting:'I work for all you f***ing people.

The commander then instructed his crew not to serve her any more liquor.

In another video, the woman continues her rant, this time berating other passengers in business class.

In the video, the woman passenger can be heard saying, "I am working for all your people".

The verbal spat started after she was refused another glass of wine by the flight attendant.

The blonde, bare-footed woman yelled that she would "p-- all over" the flight attendants in court, and called a female staff member a "Indian f--ing money-grabbing b--", who she threatened to "turn inside out". But this doesn't have any effect on the drunk woman as she continued with her racist rant. This made an already uncomfortable situation far worse as the irate, barefoot passenger launched a weird rant against the crew and her fellow passengers, whom she inexplicably said "failed to stand up to injustice".

"She came back to her seat and gulped down some more bottles of wine and asked for more when the flight attendant refused her demands". "You f**king stupid c**t".

After the crew denied her more alcohol, she said that she is a human rights lawyer, an global criminal lawyer. 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".

NDTV reported that she was arrested after the flight landed at Heathrow airport in London. "You think I am scared?" The passenger was travelling business class on a flight from Mumbai to London on Saturday.

'Give me a bottle of wine and game over!'

He said: "She was arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order, common assault and drunk and disorderly and taken to a West London police station".

An Air India pilot who failed a pre-flight alcohol breath test on Sunday has been removed from his position as the national airline's director of operations.



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