The Woman Peed On Herself Says Accused Shankar Mishra
The man accused of urinating on an elderly woman co-passenger on an Air India flight told a Delhi court that he did not urinate on the complainant and she urinated on herself.
We have been telling you about a lot of weird stories from the aviation industry over the last few days. The story of Shankar Mishra is one of them. Shankar Mishra is the one who is accused of allegedly peeing on an elderly lady in the business class of Air India. Now shockingly, the man accused of urinating on an elderly woman co-passenger on an Air India flight, on 13th January 2023, told a Delhi sessions court that he did not urinate on the complainant and she urinated on herself. Yes, you heard that right Shankar Mishra and his lawyer insisted that he had not committed the offensive act.
The surprising turn of comments comes at a time when even a co-passenger, a doctor in the United States, has confirmed the elderly woman's allegations. Also, a series of WhatsApp messages between Shankar Mishra and the victim woman which surfaced earlier suggested the weird incident indeed took place. Shankar Mishra during the trial has said that he is not the accused. There must be someone else. She herself urinated. She was suffering from some disease related to the prostate. It was not him. The seating system was such that no one could go to her seat. Shankar Mishra and his lawyer claimed that the woman was a professional Kathak dancer and a lot of dancers have these issues related to the prostate. However, their claim was badly cornered by the people of the dancing committee, who called this statement rubbish and senseless. Meanwhile, Mishra’s lawyer said that her seat could only be approached from behind, and in any case, the urine could not reach the seat's front area. Also, the passenger sitting behind the complainant did not make any such complaint.
The judge was hearing the Delhi police's plea, seeking custody of the accused for interrogation. Moreover, on 11th January, Shankar Mishra's lawyer Manu Sharma argued in a Delhi court saying, the unzipping was not a sexual desire, but he could not hold his drink. His lawyer, Mr Sharma, further also pointed out that his client can not be categorized as a lustful man. Moreover, Shankar Mishra’s lawyer has also accused the police and the press of turning the case into a joke. What do you think about this latest plot twist in the Air India pee-gate controversy? Do mention your thoughts in the comment section below.