A man from India is due in federal court on charges that he sexually assaulted a sleeping woman on a Spirit Airlines flight to Detroit.
The 22-year-old was in the window seat, while the man, Prabhu Ramamoorthy, an Indian national living in the USA on a temporary visa, was in the middle seat with his wife in the aisle seat. When she woke up, she found her trousers and shirt unbuttoned with the man's hand inside her trousers.
The woman told flight attendants, who said she appeared "visibly upset" while trying to explain what happened, according to the complaint.
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Federal prosecutor Amanda Jawad said Ramamoorthy stopped his act as soon as the victim woke up. He was aboard a Spirit Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Detroit with his wife occupying the seat next to him.
The 22-year-old women is alleging she was awoken by the man attempting to shove his fingers into her vagina.
The woman was sitting in the window seat next to the man, Prabhu Ramamoorthy.
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Ramamoorthy, before talking with the specialist, gave a composed explanation that he was in "profound rest", that the woman nodded off on his knees and that he is "not certain where (he) kept the hand on her".
Mr Ramamoorthy denied the accusations, telling police he was himself asleep after taking a pill.
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His wife told officials a similar story, and said that they had called the flight attendants to try to change seats. But the prosecutor said that "flight attendants did not report that anyone asked them to change seats other than the victim". The magistrate found the case "very unusual" and ordered Ramamoorthy to be held after Jawad argued the assaulter posed a potential danger to people around him. "There have been no allegations from anywhere that his behaviour has ever been inappropriate prior to this incident", O'Neill said.
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