In shocking news, Vikram Atval, the accused of killing a 24-year-old air hostess, allegedly hanged himself in Andheri police station's lockup. Atval reportedly used his own clothes to die by suicide, confirmed by the police on September 8. The 40-year-old accused was arrested on September 4, for killing the air hostess by slitting her neck at her apartment in Andheri. He was produced before the cour for hearing.
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In another shocking incident, a passenger travelling from Amritsar-Dubai flight was arrested for allegedly molesting a cabin crew. Getting into the details, the accused identified as Rajender Singh, hailed from Jalandhar, Punjab and was in a drunken state, confirmed police. "The air hostess brought the incident to the crew's notice. The accused was allegedly in a drunken state," police said. A case has been registered and an investigation is… read-more
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In a tragic incident, an Himachal Pradesh-based air hostess died after falling from a building in Bengaluru's Kormangla region. The incident reported on March 13, following which the City police detained the victim's boyfriend. As per initial investigation, 28-year-old was found dead near a high-rise building and arrived in Bengaluru from Dubai, to meet her boyfriend. They had a fight, following which she allegedly fell from building.
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Three passengers were arrested for misbehaving with the air hostess of a Hyderabad to Lucknow Indigo flight, on April 9. The cabin crew (air hostess) registered a complaint against the passengers and accused them to be drunk and allegedly misbehaving with her on the flight. Notably, after landing in Lucknow, the CSIF took the accused to Sarojini Nagar police and booked them under relevant IPC sections.
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Indore Police on December 19, has arrested a former air hostess with with MDMA drugs, worth Rs 10 lakh. The drugs were in illegal market concealed in diapers. "It has been found that members of her network brought the drugs from Mumbai to Indore, concealing in diapers, " said Police Commissioner Harinarayanchari Mishra, in a press conference. Besides, Nepal and Bahrain currencies were also seized and an investigation is underway.