Man repeatedly gropes woman on Delhi-Mumbai flight

India

21 Jun 2017

Man gropes woman, asks if she doesn't like being touched

A Gurgaon man has been booked for allegedly repeatedly groping a co-passenger on a Delhi-Mumbai flight.

Shockingly, when the woman finally complained to an airhostess and was changing her seat, he reportedly asked her, "You don't like to be touched?"

The CISF nabbed the man and handed him over to Sahar police.

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What happened?

What happened?

The woman was sitting beside Mohit Kanvar. He allegedly touched her with his left hand and leg.

She pulled down the armrest to make distance, but he again groped her, this time with his right hand.

When she alerted the airhostess who rebuked him, he abused her.

Finally, when the woman was changing seats, he asked her, "You don't like to be touched?"

The man was nabbed as soon as the plane landed

When the plane landed at CST International, the CISF nabbed the accused. Later he was handed over to cops. He has been booked under Section 354 (molestation) of the IPC.

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