Indian male stripper onboard Air India Express dropped all his clothes

Indian male stripper onboard Air India Express dropped all his clothes

Naked and forced by flight attendants to cover himself in a blanket, Surendra was onboard Air India Express flight (IX 194) on Saturday traveling from Dubai to the Northern Indian town of Lucknow. The flight was scheduled to arrive in Lucknow at 14.00h, plenty of time for this 35-year-old Indian male stripper to get naked in the aisle.

Around 150 passengers on board an Air India flight were either amused or in shock when they saw the young male perform a strip show and flight crew were struggling to keep him down. They eventually covered his nude private parts with an aircraft blanket.

It took two crew members to hold the young naked Indian man down and kept him seated as the flight kept moving.

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The passenger claimed he was under “mental trauma”, following alleged harassment by his Dubai employer. After landing at the Amausi airport in Lucknow, a Unnao resident was handed over to the Central Industry Security Force (CISF) or questioning.

Unnao is in the Indian State of Uttar Pradesh between Kanpur and Lucknow, the capital city of the state.

It turned out it was all about Indian not liking Pakistani. Surendra told CISF his employer in Dubai was a Pakistani and often harassed him, and denying him leave.

 

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