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Turkish Airlines staffer ‘slaps’ passenger at Islamabad airport

Employee stopped from working until investigation completed

SAMAA | - Posted: Oct 19, 2020 | Last Updated: 2 months ago
Posted: Oct 19, 2020 | Last Updated: 2 months ago

A staff member of the Turkish Airlines allegedly slapped a passenger at the Islamabad airport.

According to the spokesperson of the Civil Aviation Authority, a video of the incident went viral on social media immediately after the incident.

In the video, the passenger is filming the employee who jerks his hand out. It is unclear whether he slapped his face, as claimed, or slapped the camera out of his hand.

We have obtained CCTV footage from the airport, he said, assuring that the CAA has taken notice of the incident. The complainant was traveling to Barcelona from Islamabad.

The spokesperson added that an inquiry into the incident has begun. In the meantime, the employee has been stopped from working.

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One Comment

  1. Samaa Fan  October 22, 2020 5:16 am/ Reply

    Good thing u recorded the video. In pakistan we dont respect people based on character. But we respect them based on wealh and power. Agar shayad firaun bhi humaray samnay (khuda na khowasta )ho toh uskee bhi hum (Allah na kayray) izzat kareingay.

    Phir log racism ke baree baat karatein hain….Black logon ko isliyay racism ka shikar hotay hein kyunkay unko agwa aur ghulamee nay unkay khandan ko education say mehroom rakha toh beshtar ghareeb hain. Yeh ghurbat ke waja say log unko izzat nahi daytay

    Meree duaa aap kay sath (aap bhi meray liyay duaa karo)

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