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Bad Behaviour Sees Two air Passengers Denied Boarding by Security Officials in Bali

Bali News: Bali, Airport Security, Pavel Plakhutin, Shyamsukha Aditya, Qatar Airways, QR-965, AirAsia, QZ-510
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A number of poorly behaved passengers have recently been denied board on departing international flights from Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.

NusaBali reports that the two passengers who failed to fly from Bali were a drunken Russian tourist and an Indian national who made a jest about a bomb during the embarkation process.

The Russian traveler, Pavel Plakhutin (34), was taken into custody by airport security on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, while preparing to depart on Qatar Airways QR-965 bound for Doha.

Officials deemed the unruly Russian was too inebriated to board the aircraft without posing a safety threat to himself and other passengers.

In a separate earlier incident on Monday, November 6, 2017, an Indian national Shyamsukha Aditya was also taken into custody by security official when he uttered the phrase “she look bomb” during the security screening process in Terminal 2 of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.

When security personnel heard the word “bomb” the reaction was instantaneous with Shyamsukha taken into custody and denied boarding on AirAsia QZ-510 bound for India.

During the resulting interviews with police and security officials, Shyamsukha was accompanied by a representative from the Indian Consulate in Bali. Officials assured the man would be released into the custody of the Consul if they can determine that the word “bomb” was uttered in jest.

Shyamsukha insists he was only praising the trendy fashion style of a fellow passenger when he said, “she look bomb."

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