On a Jet Airways flight from Bangalore to Chandigarh via New Delhi, Royal Challengers Bangalore director Siddharth Mallya, who was travelling with his team for a match in Mohali, put himself in an embarrassing situation. At the New Delhi stopover, the cleaning staff boarded the aircraft ahead of a crew change. At that point, Mallya decided to use the washroom. Though his father owns Kingfisher Airlines, the younger Mallya was evidently unaware that washrooms are out of bounds when an aircraft is being cleaned. He soon found out why when he squirted some liquid soap on his hands but the taps turned out to be dry. Flushed with anger, he had to be rescued by a crew member with a bottle of mineral water.
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