Aiming to curb the incidence of unruly behaviour, Air India is leaving no stone unturned.
According to a 'Time of India' report, Air India is now planning to warn leading TV comedian Kapil Sharma, who allegedly created a major ruckus on a recent Australia-India flight.
AI chief Ashwani Lohani had sought a report on the inflight behaviour of this star comedian and the warning - the exact nature of which is being finalised — is likely to be issued this week.
The star was flying with his troupe in business class of a Melbourne-Delhi flight (AI 309) on March 16. According to sources, the comedian reportedly had too many drinks. Then he became very loud and lashed out with expletives at this team, said a source.
Hearing the commotion, economy passengers got curious, possibly scared too. At this point, the flight's cabin crew asked the actor to calm down and be seated as other passengers, including an aged lady who was the only passenger in the business class not with the troupe, were getting disturbed. Sources said the star apologised to the crew and calmed down.