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Police arrest Indian executive for urinating on plane passenger

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My goodness, what a creepy crawly creep! He should be arrested and sentenced to drink..... his........ own.......... collected.........for a week. At least.

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Some are still living in the stone age.

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Why did he do it, he must have had a (drunken) reason? Even drunks have a reason for their actions, was the old lady taking the pi*s or something?

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Flush with questions, this story lesked out too late because it fiirst tapped back in November.

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Someone taking the piss.

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Now he do not have a pot to piss in and window too throw it out of

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Poor think must have been "pissed-off" about something. Well, this is the world we live-in so literally "take it out" and then urinate on the elderly. Wearing soiled Nappies for 6 months straight should be the punishment

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If folks thought that Chinese flyers are rude and badly behaved then Indians are ready to give them a run for their money.

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A felony if prosecuted in the USA, as any crime is, on an aircraft in flight.

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She asked if it was the fountain of youth. He said no Niagara Falls.

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They run huge offices in India. It's where they outsource a ton of jobs.

Wells Fargo (via Wachovia) tried to enter the Japanese lending business in the 2000s. They had no idea how to get people to actually pay and ended up exiting rather quickly.

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All airlines should closely monitor passenger alcohol consumption and refuse more if they believe the passanger has already had too much regardless of whether they are seated in First Class, Business Class, or other areas. This shold be written Airline Policy so the staff do not feel intimidated by the passanger's status or complaints. On long flights such as this one from NY to Delhi with a stop in Paris, the new crew should be notified of prior alcohol intake of through passengers and not start off afresh. What a pig who belongs in the gutter, not a respectable airline.

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itsmeagainToday  06:36 am JST

All airlines should closely monitor passenger alcohol consumption and refuse more if they believe the passanger has already had too much regardless of whether they are seated in First Class, Business Class, or other areas. 

It's too easy to get 'blitzed on the bird'. That's happened to me quite a few times myself. I was flying all across the continental US and I drank a small bottle of Inglenook. But I sure didn't pee on a passenger.

Nonetheless, that's no excuse for whizzing on another passenger.

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