Air India Passenger Found A Dead Cockroach In His Idli-Vada

Air-India these days not approaching the passengers in a decent manner. Although people pay money for their meal in the flight, none of the crew will take care of the hygiene and quality of food they provide. Recently, a passenger on Air India’s Bhopal-Mumbai flight AI-634 allegedly found a dead cockroach in the food served on board.


According to The Times of India, the incident took place on a Mumbai bound flight on Saturday morning. The passenger in question, Rohit Singh Chauhan found a dead cockroach inside his packed idli-vada lunch.

He complained to the crew about the cockroach but apparently, his plea fell on deaf ears. With no other option left, he took to Twitter and posted a picture of a cockroach lying next to his idli-vada. He later filed a complaint with the authorities at Mumbai airport.

Air India Passenger Found A Dead Cockroach In His Idli-Vada

“It was found in the sambar served in the aircraft. I informed the Air India crew, but they ignored me,” Chauhan said. “Since the crew members were not listening, I returned it to them. I even objected to their serving food to others, but to no avail,” he added.

Air India manager Rajendra Malhotra, however, refused the claim, saying they had not got any complaint in Bhopal.

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