An Air India passenger who exposed himself and urinated on an elderly woman while on a flight from New York to Delhi has been identified as Shankar Mishra.
After his identity came to light, Mishra was fired by Wells Fargo, the company he works for. After being criticised on social media for its silence regarding the incident, the company has released a statement: “Wells Fargo holds employees to the highest standards of professional and personal behaviour and we find these allegations deeply disturbing. This individual has been terminated from Wells Fargo”.
Who is Shankar Mishra?
Shankar Mishra is a former Wells Fargo employee who had urinated on a woman on an Air India flight from New York to Delhi on November 26.
In a statement issued through his lawyers Ishanee Sharma and Akshat Bajpai, Mishra said he had got the woman’s clothes and bags cleaned on November 28 and the same were delivered to her on November 30.
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“The Whatsapp messages between the accused and the lady clearly show that the accused had got the clothes and bags cleaned on November 28 and the same were delivered on November 30.
“The lady in her message has clearly condoned the alleged act and has displayed no intention to lodge a complaint. The lady’s persisting grievance was only with respect to the adequate compensation being paid by the Airline for which she has raised a subsequent complaint on December 20, 2022,” the statement read.
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An FIR was registered against Mishra on Wednesday. According to the same, the victim had told the crew that she would not be filing charges against Mishra, but she did not want to see his face as well.
However, Mishra was brought in front of her when he “started crying and profusely apologising”.