Air India pilot forced to remove turban at Madrid airport
Thursday, 28 November 2019
The pilot, Captain Simranjeet Singh Gujral, was asked to remove his headgear by airport officials at Madrid airport, despite crossing the metal detector. The Madrid airport officials demanded him to remove his turban and asked for a manual check-up of his turban.
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