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Unruly passenger arrested

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A passenger on a Colombo bound flight from Dubai was arrested for unruly behaviour by the Katunayake Police on Saturday.

Initial investigations revealed that the passenger had been under the influence of liquor and his behaviour had disturbed the crew and passengers. The suspect also caused damage to one of the video screens, police said.

 
 

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-3+78 # Kondeybendapucheena 2012-06-10 15:53
Pinata Hambaunama Oluwatath udin bonawa
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-61+41 # Yehiya 2012-06-10 20:05
Flight should not provide the alcohol. I alway selecting the Saudi Air. Cabin crew also need more training.
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-8+28 # perera 2012-06-11 12:04
that is your choice but you can not sanction the majority for indiscretions of a insignificant minority.
personally I would not even entertain the thought of flying Saudi air
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-4+18 # YJ 2012-06-11 12:58
#Perera: You are right to advise on not flying Saudi Air. The service is far worse than other flights. But in the case of a drunken passenger; the cabin crew should have limited the number of Alcohol servings. They should have taken preventive measure than looking for corrective action. Besides, one annoying passenger; in your words "Insignificant Minority", could have disturbed the peace of the significant majority. Well said.
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-2+8 # Irshard 2012-06-11 15:42
Minority in SL may be, we talking global here. Sri Lankans when get free booz cannot handle it. guess you someone looking for free booze
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-6+54 # Nodrog 2012-06-10 16:02
Seems to be getting quite regular now. Is this the new form in-flight entertainment?
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-10+49 # fact u fact u. 2012-06-10 16:15
the guy who behaved like that should be fined a huge amount......lets try at least in this way to pay our loans which taken from other countries.
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-16+64 # hmm 2012-06-10 16:25
Sure it is an Indian on a Sri Lankan Airlines flight.. they take Sri Lankan flight to India with a transit in SL just because of the liquor...
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-7+36 # reader 2012-06-10 18:43
people like this should be suspended from flying for over 1 year this
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-12+47 # arun 2012-06-10 20:08
All airlines should charge for liquor served then these greedy fellows limit their drinks.
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-8+20 # Hussain 2012-06-11 08:46
why not stop serving liquor on air, what you have on the ground is more than enough..
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-5+9 # maven 2012-06-11 09:00
What's his name and nationality?
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-3+16 # Soma 2012-06-11 11:14
If it is a Arab national it will be mention in article itself........so its confirm that not a arab...
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-2+0 # kumar 2012-06-11 19:03
Yes Arabs don't do these things in public!
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-14+6 # Pol Haraka 2012-06-11 12:19
actually flight waitress fault.. they are soo rude to passengers.. even when you fly business class these waitress arent helpful
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-1+6 # achtung 2012-06-11 16:45
"waitresses" on flights????
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-2+7 # VJ 2012-06-11 15:51
Flight attendance should have control giving alcohol to the particular passenger. people who says stop giving alcohol is nonsense if you do not want to drink don't drink let other enjoy a drink leisurely as long as they don't trouble others.

Never fly with Saudi Air very arrogant,rude & unfriendly crew I have ever come a cross compared to other Middle eastern and western cabin crews.
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