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A video has gone viral of a 50-year-old woman abusing Air India staff on a flight from Mumbai to London after she was denied alcohol on the plane.

According to Mail Online, the business class passenger is believed to be British and she created a ruckus when cabin crew denied her another bottle of wine as she was ‘very drunk’.

The woman claims to be a human rights lawyer and in the video she is seen swearing at the crew, threatening to ‘p*** on them’ in court, and calling a female staff member an ‘Indian f***ing money-grabbing b*****d’.

The incident happened last Saturday (10) on an Air India flight from Mumbai to London Heathrow.

The video shows the woman shouting: “I work for all you f***ing people…

“The f***ing Rohingyas, the f***ing people of all Asia, for you, I’m an international criminal lawyer.

“Don’t get any money for it by the way. But you won’t give me a f***ing glass of wine, is that correct?”

She also claims to be a “leader of the f***ing boycott movement”, and adding “If I say “boycott” – f***ing Air India, done. Do you understand me? You can’t give me a wee bottle of wine?”

The woman was arrested by the London Metropolitan Police upon landing.

“At approximately 1.30pm on Saturday, a 50-year-old woman was arrested after an Air India flight had landed at Heathrow Airport,” a police spokesperson told MailOnline.

“She was arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order, common assault and drunk and disorderly and taken to a west London police station. She was subsequently released under investigation.”

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