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Father and son who left fellow plane passenger with ‘horrendous injuries’ in seat row avoid jail


Father and son, 58 and 22, avoid jail after leaving a fellow plane passenger with ‘horrendous injuries’ when they attacked him in row over reclining seat on flight to Heathrow

  • Robert Powell, 58, and son James got into a row with Sreenivasayyr Janakiram
  • The father and son, 22, were found guilty by magistrates of assault by beating

A father and son who left a fellow plane passenger with ‘horrendous injuries’ when they attacked him following an argument about a seat being pushed back have avoided jail. 

Robert Powell, 58, and his son James, 22, got into a row with Sreenivasayyr Janakiram on a flight to Heathrow on September 25, 2021, Uxbridge Magistrates Court heard. 

District judge Deborah Wright said the argument was ‘to do with the seat going back’.

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