After revolting reports surfaced about a passenger on an international flight of Air India being served a lizard in his meal, Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Saturday said Air India is not expected to serve lizards, nor are the cooks expected to cook lizards.
"This is a serious issue. Air India is not expected to serve lizards, nor are the cooks expected to cook lizards," Gajapathi Raju said.
According to reports, a lizard was found in the lunch tray of a passenger onboard the Delhi-London Air India flight on Thursday.
The concerned passenger has filed a complaint with the airline, although the latter has not yet responded to the incident in an official manner.