Published: Sat, April 22, 2017
Global | By Doris Richards

Man triggers aircraft hijack scare to save face in front of gf

Man triggers aircraft hijack scare to save face in front of gf

Therefore, he came up with this plan of sending the hijack threat mail to the Mumbai Police to delay the flight.

Instead of telling his paramour about his financial struggles, Krishna - who works as a travel agent - opted to fabricate a ticket for his online love.

As she continued to pester him, Krishna created a fake ticket in her name from Chennai to Mumbai and mailed it to her.

Police increased security presence at three global airports in the cities after receiving the tip. He sent the hoax mail to DCP Mumbai which stated terror attacks on the airports of Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai.

Police in the southern India city of Hyderabad said, in a statement posted on Facebook, that Mumbai police received an email on April 15, from someone claiming to be a woman.

Hyderabad police tracked down Krishna after following the the IP address of the email to an internet cafe.

Police in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad on Thursday arrested 32-year-old Motaparthi Vamshi Krishna - a married man with a child -for allegedly sending a hoax email about an aircraft hijack plot in order to avoid going on a vacation with his online girlfriend.

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Before she could go to the airport, he sent out an email in the name of a lady to the police in Mumbai saying that six persons were planning to hijack flights leaving from Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad airports.

On Thursday, police arrested Motaparthi Vamshi Krishna. "They spoke some other things also but I (could) not hear them, as I heard only these few sentences from them".

According to the police official, "Vamshi wanted to ensure that his girlfriend would not go to the airport".

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Task Force) Limba Reddy said the mail was sent from a cyber cafe in Madhura Nagar. Vamshi called her and said that her flight was cancelled due to the hijack alert.

He was arrested on four charges including impersonation and providing false information.

That's when police say Krishna emailed the hoax threat to police. If found guilty, he could face five years in prison and a $150 fine.

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