Wells Fargo VP Shankar Mishra ‘urinated on passenger’ on plane

Wells Fargo has suspended its vice president of operations in India after he allegedly urinated on a 72-year-old woman while the two were flying business class on an Air India flight recently.

Shankar Mishra, who worked at Wells Fargo’s Mumbai office, has been identified as the suspended executive, according to the English-language website of German broadcaster Deutsche Welle.

Mishra was said to be drinking while on the Nov flight. 26 from New York to New Delhi.

During the flight, Mishra drank the urine of a 72-year-old woman sitting next to him in business class, according to reports.

Mishra’s lawyer told the local media that the bank’s CEO and the unidentified person were responsible for the financial compensation.

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It is also reported that Mishra also arranged for the woman’s clothes and bags to be washed after they were stained with her urine.

But the woman reportedly returned the money and wrote a complaint to the airline. According to the complaint, he asked the flight attendants and crew to hold Misra and keep him away from him.

Wells Fargo has reportedly suspended Shankar Mishra, a vice president in Mumbai, after he allegedly urinated on a 72-year-old woman during an Air India flight in November.
Wells Fargo has reportedly terminated Shankar Mishra, a vice president in Mumbai, after he allegedly urinated on a 72-year-old woman.
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Instead, the crew “brought the perpetrator before me against my will, and we were made to sit opposite each other on the staff,” according to the India Times. say.

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Mishra is also reported to have raised his head. He apologized to the woman and asked her not to sue.

Mishra’s tearful words convinced the woman not to arrest him and charge him, according to reports.

Police in New Delhi are said to be looking for Mishra, whose whereabouts are unknown, according to The Hindu newspaper.

The Post has sought a statement from Wells Fargo. The bank told Indian media that the employee had been fired and that the allegations were “outrageous.”

The bank issued a statement to local media in India saying that the employee in question had been fired.
The bank released a statement to local media in India saying the employee in question had been fired.
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An Air India spokesperson told The Post: “Air India has taken the incident very seriously, where a passenger behaved in an unacceptable and disrespectful manner on a New York-Delhi flight which caused a fellow passenger it’s a problem.”

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An airline spokesperson said, “A police report has already been filed and Air India is trying to assist the law enforcement officials and the controllers.

Last year, a 33-year-old California man was charged in federal court after he asked a Southwest Airlines flight attendant if he would like to see his testicles before he hit the floor.

In June, a TikTok user posted a video of a drunken man being removed from a plane by Greek police for allegedly stabbing his brother and inciting a fight mid-flight.


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