New Delhi, March 25: NSUI's All India Secretary Angellica Aribam on Tuesday, March 24 posted a series of tweets, depicting some men were harassing female passengers in the IndiGo Airlines.
The incident happened on March 24, Tuesday in IndiGo 6E-221 flight, where some men were clicking photos of an air hostess, when she was bending to fix things.
Then as per her tweets, those men started ogling at Angellica's sister who was feeding her baby.
The airline said that the matter was being reported to police while it would hold a probe as well on its part.
"Two IndiGo passengers on board flight 6E-221 on March 24 from Delhi to Imphal via Guwahati were observed to be taking pictures/video of our crew and other passengers on board without permission," the airline said in a statement.
The airline said that the crew had objected to the filming by the two passengers to delete the recording. "The matter was escalated to the authorities concerned and is being reported to the local police station in Guwahati," the airline said.
IndiGo also said that it remains at the disposal of the other passengers and investigation authorities to extend its assistance for bringing the culprits to justice.
"Our crew are adequately trained to counter any potential disruptive behaviour, keeping in mind the safety of other passengers and crew, that is paramount to us," the airline said in the statement.
IndiGo has a standard, defined procedure approved by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security and based on the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization, it added.
Meanwhile, the tweets of Angellica have gone viral on the social media. Here's what she posted:
2/n They were also ogling incessantly at my sister who was feeding the baby, in a hope to get a glimpse as she was fully covered. Morons.
2/n They were also ogling incessantly at my sister who was feeding the baby, in a hope to get a glimpse as she was fully covered. Morons.— Angellica Aribam (@AngellicAribam) March 24, 2015
3/3 Upon confrontation, they were unrepentant and said 'Kar lo jo karna hai'.. Only when I took out d phone to click their pic, they shut up
3/3 Upon confrontation, they were unrepentant and said 'Kar lo jo karna hai'.. Only when I took out d phone to click their pic, they shut up— Angellica Aribam (@AngellicAribam) March 24, 2015
Meanwhile, the IndiGo responded saying "Pax & crew safety is paramount to us and we are sensitive towards such untoward incidents on-board."
In February this year, a 60-year-old businessman was allegedly caught molesting a 32-year-old woman inside the IndiGo Airlines. The incident video had gone viral on social media.
The businessman allegedly tried to touch the woman inappropriately while travelling on an IndiGo flight New Delhi to Bhubaneswar.