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As revenge for SRK's detention at US airport, India puts US Ambassador on an Air India flight

14, Aug 2016 By Ajayendar Reddy

New Delhi: As revenge for Indian superstar Shahrukh Khan’s detention at the Los Angeles airport in the US, India decided to put the US Ambassador to India, Richard Verma, on an Air India flight to the US. This was the best possible way to take revenge that Indian government officials could come up with and it worked brilliantly.

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A terrifying experience

Already fearful of the consequences of detention of a superstar like SRK, Ambassador Verma had immediately apologised and promised there wouldn’t be a repeat. Soon after SRK took to twitter about the detention, Ambassador Verma tweeted saying, “Sorry for the trouble at LAX @iamsrk. We are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Your work inspires millions, including in the US.”

But it was too late. As Mr.Verma was planning a trip to the US to sort out such things do not happen in the future with Indian celebrities and legends, Indian authorities used all the tricks in the book to ensure that he flies Air India to the US. It was beyond Richard Verma’s worst nightmares.

There was immediate realization of his fears as the security stamp on the tag of his cabin baggage wasn’t of good enough quality. “Sir, you need to go back and get a better stamp on you baggage tag or we can’t allow you to board the plane,” said a disinterested employee of the airline. After that, he was provided  complete Air India package with the best possible service. By the time Ambassador Verma got own in US, he was in tears and once again apologised on behalf of the LA airport officials.

The millions of dedicated SRK fans on twitter rejoiced in this moment as they started trending #SRKSlapsAmbassador and #USLeansBeforeSRK on twitter. At the same time, Modi supporters start hailing his 56 inches chest for taking such strong measures.

Meanwhile, UN Human Rights boy has accuse India of human rights violations for sending someone on an air India flight for such a long journey.