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It may be OK in AAP's Delhi but not in US; Indian-origin man's ticket cancelled for filming dispute

An altercation broke out when he complained to an airlines agent about a $300 charge for his luggage. 


It may be OK in AAP's Delhi but not in US; Indian-origin man's ticket cancelled for filming dispute

Los Angeles: The United Airlines has reportedly cancelled an Indian-origin man's flight reservation after he was found filming a dispute with an employee.

Navang Oza, 37, was trying to fly to the West Coast from New Orleans when the incident took place.

He tried to record the experience on his cellphone when the staff spotted him filming, PTI reported on Thursday.

An altercation broke out when he complained to an airlines agent about a $300 charge for his luggage.

He claimed that he paid just $125 to check the same bag on the first leg of his trip.

Angered over the staff's inadequate explanation, he decided to film the dispute.

He later posted an unedited clip of the interaction with the ticket counter worker on social media.

However, minutes after ordering his trip cancelled for taping her, the United agent is seen recording Oza.

"I'll do the same thing," she said, pointing her smartphone at Oza's, PTI reported.

The United Airlines has reportedly started an investigating into the incident.

From Zee News

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