Sub-inspector slaps airline staff for not issuing boarding pass at Ahmedabad airport

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By Ashoke Raj

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], November 18 (ANI): A sub-inspector rank officer has allegedly slapped SpiceJet airline staff for not allowing him to board the plane because he reported late at the airport, officials said on Tuesday.

"On November 17, three passengers including sub-inspector from Gujarat Police arrived at the airport. They had booked tickets in SpiceJet SG-8194 for Delhi but they reported at the counter late and started arguing with the airline staff at the ticket counter over boarding passes but airline staff denied issuing boarding passes due to the delay," airport officials told ANI here.

The officials said that after a heated argument, the sub-inspector slapped the airline staff for refusing to issue boarding passes over the delay.

A scuffle broke out between the passengers and airline staff creating panic at the airport, after which airport security, CISF, was called for controlling the situation and the passengers, as well as the airline staff, were handed over to local police for further course of action.

Sources said that the passengers and airline staff have reached a mutual understanding and withdrawn the complaint against passengers including the sub-inspector.

However, the passengers including the sub-inspector were not allowed to board the flight. (ANI)