In the video, which was captured on a mobile phone by one of the crew members, the drunk woman said that she is a f***ing lawyer, and she has worked for all f***ing Rohingyas, the f***ing people of all Asia, while the man in the video stayed calm and asked her to calm down and not to touch people.
The incident reportedly took place on November 10 when the Air India flight AI-131 was on its way to London from Mumbai.
The London Metropolitan Police confirmed to Business Insider on Wednesday that O'Broin was arrested when she landed at Heathrow Airport "on suspicion of racially aggravated public order, common assault, and drunk and disorderly and taken to a west London police station. Who are worldwide criminal lawyers for the Palestinian people?" the woman asks before turning to one flight attendant and saying, "I'm working for all your people".
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She also appeared to spit at the flight's pilot after he exited the cockpit in an attempt to calm her following cabin crew's refusal to serve her any more drinks. You treat business class passengers like this? The woman went on to say she works for the "Rohingya" and "all nations" before stating she "do [esn't] get any money for it" and demanding another glass of wine.
The 50-year-old Irish passenger was arrested after confronting and harassing Air India staff members. But you won't give me a glass of wine. I'm working for all your people. It is unknown what nationality the flight attendant is, though the flight reportedly originated in Mumbai, India, and not in the Middle East.
WARNING: Clip contains extremely graphic language. Apparently, the woman started downing bottles of wine the moment the plane was up in the air. "She saw an open bottle of wine on it and took it without permission", The Times of India quoted a source as saying.