Gurugram man gropes woman on flight, asks if she doesn't like to be touched
A Gurgaon man has been booked by the Sahar police for repeatedly groping a co-passenger in a flight from Delhi to Mumbai.
A Gurugram man has been booked for repeatedly groping a co-passenger in a flight from Delhi to Mumbai. Despite complaints to the air hostess, he continued and when the lady requested for her seat to be changed, he even asked her, "Do you not like to be touched?"
A report from The Hindustan Times says that around 8.30 am, when the accused tried to touch her, she asked him to sit properly. She even pulled down the arm rest because he kept his eyes closed and did not respond to her.
When he made another attempt to grope her after that, the lady spoke to the pilot and the airhostess after that.
The report identified the man as Mohit Kanvar. He was taken by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on landing at CST International Airport and handed over to the Sahar police.
Kanvar was booked for molestation under Section 354 of the Indian Penal Code.
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