New Delhi: Former Bigg Boss Rohan Mehra reportedly faced a bitter experience with an airline upon his return from South Korea to Mumbai. The actor recently visited South Korea with his girlfriend Kanchi Singh for tourism promotion and upon his return to Mumbai, he ended up having an unfortunate incident with the airline that left him fuming.
The television actor took to Twitter to share the incident and even blasted the airline for the alleged misbehaviour. He accused an officer of the airline of abusing a female co-passenger, who was travelling with them.
"It was 3 am in the morning! We were very much on time! Such a horrible management and staff of @airindiain Purposely they delayed our check-in since their flight was overbooked! How could they overbook when our tickets were already prebooked?@jayantsinha @DelhiAirport shameful," he tweeted.
The 'Ye Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai' actor even shared a video of the episode.
It was 3 am in the morning! We were very much on time! Such a horrible management and staff of @airindiain Purposely they delayed our check in since their flight was over booked! How could they overbook when our tickets were already prebooked?@jayantsinha @DelhiAirport shameful_ pic.twitter.com/bPahUw9xwt
— Rohan Mehra (@rohan4747) June 15, 2018
Sharing the details of the incident with Spotboye, Rohan wrote, "We were coming back from South Korea and we had our flights booked from Delhi to Mumbai (3:50 am). Also, they issued our boarding passes at 2:50 am for 3:50 am flight. We were 6 people. And then they suddenly said only 3 of you can go as our flight is overbooked. We told them but our tickets were pre-booked, how can you issue tickets (over book) to others? No answer was given."
"Their duty manager (Gaganjit Singh) came and started abusing one of the lady (media personality) travelling with us and snatched her phone as she was trying to record video of their abusive behaviour. We went and filed a police complaint against them. It was damn annoying as they misbehaved with a lady," he told the website.