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Wells Fargo Fires Exec for Urinating On 72-Year-Old Airplane Passenger

Wells Fargo fired a vice president earlier this month after he allegedly urinated on an airplane passenger. So reports Yahoo News.

plane 841441 640smallThe executive, Shankar Mishra, was let go by the U.S. banking giant after the passenger, a 72-year-old woman, complained to Air India in a letter about the incident that occurred in November.

Mishra, who served as vice president of the bank’s India operations, had reportedly been intoxicated at the time during a flight from New York to New Delhi on November 26.

“Wells Fargo holds employees to the highest standards of professional and personal behavior and we find these allegations deeply disturbing,” the bank noted in a statement. “This individual has been terminated from Wells Fargo,” the company said without naming Mishra or discussing his responsibilities at the bank.

Police are also looking for Mishra, who has been evading authorities following Air India filing a criminal complaint. Wells Fargo noted that they were “cooperating with law enforcement and ask that any additional inquiries be directed to them.”

Mishra’s lawyers released a statement noting that he had compensated the woman right after the incident occurred. “The WhatsApp messages between the accused and the lady clearly show that the accused had got the clothes and bags cleaned on November 28 and the same were delivered on November 30,” the statement notes as reported by India Today.

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