A Delhi court on Monday reserved its order in the bail plea filed by Shankar Mishra, who was recently arrested for urinating on a fellow passenger on board an Air India flight in November last year while under the influence of alcohol..Additional Sessions Judge Harjyot Singh Bhalla heard all parties today before reserving his verdict. The judge also remarked that while what the accused allegedly did was disgusting, the Court will only go by the law."It may be disgusting; that is another matter but let us not get into that. Let's go into how the law deals with it," the judge said.The order is likely to be pronounced on Tuesday, January 31. .Mishra is currently in judicial custody after Metropolitan Magistrate Komal Garg denied him bail on January 11.He was arrested by the Delhi police in Bengaluru on January 6 for having allegedly urinated on a 70-year-old woman while in an inebriated condition in November on board an Air India flight.The incident came to light after the woman's letter to the Tata Group chairperson was made public via the media..During the hearing today, the Public Prosecutor (PP) opposed grant of bail stating the accused had initially absconded and switched off his mobile phones. "He had switched off all his mobile phones. We traced hi IMEI number," the PP contended.He said that the incident has embarrassed India internationally. "India ki international beizzati ho gayi hai sir," the PP said.Mishra's counsel Senior Advocate Ramesh Gupta said that the investigation is complete and crew members and other witnesses have also been questioned."Initially my bail was also declined because the investigation was pending. Now that is done and they have examined other crew members and witnesses," it was submitted..India ki international beizzati ho gayi hai sir.Delhi Police.Mishra, who worked at Wells Fargo, was also let go from his job after the company said that allegations against him were "deeply disturbing".A statement was recently put out by Mishra's lawyers stating that he had paid an agreed compensation amount to the woman on November 28, but that almost a month later on, December 19, the money was returned to him by the woman's daughter.On January 8, the court had refused to send Mishra to Police custody but remanded him 14 days judicial custody.The court had then said that the mere fact that there is public pressure should not sway the investigation in the case and Mishra's police custody would not be required.