After a huge hullabaloo, Aditya, himself took to Facebook to write about this incident. He shared one of the news video and wrote, "Tum gaali do toh normal baat... Aur hum dede toh... #breakingNews. (When you abuse, it's normal, but when we abuse it becomes breaking news)" However, he deleted the post in no time.
According to the airline, Narayan was asked to pay Rs 13,000 for the excess baggage, which he refused and thereafter used "unparliamentary language" with a female staff member of the airline. "He refused to pay... and also used unparliamentary language with a female staff member," Ajay Jasra, Director Corporate Communications, IndiGo Airlines, told IANS in New Delhi.
"Narayan was informed that if he continues to misbehave then he will not be allowed to travel. Later, passenger Narayan apologised to the ground staff and thereafter was given his boarding card."
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