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Wells Fargo VP Shankar Mishra “peeed on passengers” on the plane

Wells Fargo VP Shankar Mishra “peeed on passengers” on the plane

Wells Fargo has terminated its vice president of operations in India after he allegedly urinated on a 72-year-old woman while they were both traveling business class on a recent Air India flight.

Shankar Mishra, who worked for Wells Fargo in the company’s Mumbai office, has been identified as the terminated CEO, according to a filing. English-language news site of German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle.

Mishra was said to have been intoxicated on a November 26 flight from New York to New Delhi.

During the flight, Mishra urinated on a 72-year-old woman who was seated next to him in business class, according to the report.

A lawyer for Mishra told local media that the bank official had reached a financial settlement with the unidentified victim as compensation.

Mishra also reportedly arranged for the woman’s clothes and bag to be cleaned after they had been stained with his urine.

But the woman is said to have returned the money and filed a complaint with the airline. According to the complaint, she asked the flight attendants and staff to catch Mishra and take him away from her.

Wells Fargo reportedly terminated Shankar Mishra, its vice president of operations in Mumbai, after he allegedly urinated on a 72-year-old woman.
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Instead, “the crew brought the offender before me against my will, and forced us to sit across from each other in the crew seats.” According to The India Times.

Then Mishra was reported to have woken up. He apologized to the woman and begged her not to complain.

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

Indian police in New Delhi are said to be searching for Mishra, whose whereabouts are unknown, he said The Hindu newspaper.

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The Post requested comment from Wells Fargo. The bank told Indian media that the employee had been fired and that the allegations were “extremely concerning”.

The bank issued a statement to local media in India saying that the employee concerned has been terminated.
The bank issued a statement to local media in India saying that the employee concerned has been terminated.
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“Air India has taken a very serious view on the incident, where a passenger behaved in an unacceptable and undignified manner on the New York-Delhi flight causing severe distress to one of the other passengers,” an Air India spokesperson told The Post.

“A police complaint has already been lodged and Air India is committed to assisting law enforcement agencies as well as regulatory authorities,” said the airline representative.

Last year, a 33-year-old man from California He was charged in federal court after he asked a Southwest Airlines flight attendant If she wants to see his cock before urinating on the booth floor.

in June, A TikTok user posted a video of a drunk man who was removed from a plane by Greek police for allegedly urinating on his brother and provoking a fist fight mid-flight.