18 January, 2021

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Mihin Lanka: ‘Singapore Shoplifter’ Capt. Jayakody Investigates ‘Documents Leak’

Capt. Druvi Perera the questionable holder of the Chief Operations Officer (COO) title of Sri Lankan Airlines and who also oversees the flight operational functions of the country’s low cost budget carrier Mihin Lanka, has ordered the Director Flight Operations (DFO) Capt. Pujitha Jayakody to initiate a probe and ‘catch the culprit’ who leaked vital letters to ‘Colombo Telegraph’.

Captain Pujitha Jayakody (with beer in hand) loves hanging out with ‘Yahapalanaya’ big boys now. This is one of his proud Facebook postings where he was at seen at the Royal / Thomian ‘Big Match’ hob knobbing Deputy Minister  Dr. Harsha De Silva.

Captain Pujitha Jayakody (with beer in hand) loves hanging out with ‘Yahapalanaya’ big boys now. This is one of his proud Facebook postings where he was at seen at the Royal / Thomian ‘Big Match’ hob knobbing Deputy Minister Dr. Harsha De Silva.

The COO Capt. Perera appears to be following the idiom ‘set a thief to catch a thief’ almost literally to the word, as the former Sri Lankan Airline’s Manager Flight Operations Captain Pujitha Jayakody (DFO) of the budget carrier now, was made infamous for his apprehension by the Singaporean Police on the 2nd of May 1990, when he was embarrassingly caught ‘shop lifting’ in the ‘Lion City”.

In all his travels since then, a visit to that lovely city is been avoided due to a pending court case and his possible arrest on arrival.

“Is not this then the reason why Capt. Jayakody was always sent to other countries and cities such as Frankfurt, whilst his colleagues were sent to Singapore for their bi-annual ‘Simulator Checks’ incurring a considerable amount of money to the company over the last 26 years?” asked one of his colleagues.

This makes one now realize that these were the unnecessary and insurmountable costs accumulating over the years that eventually caused the airline to be milked dry over a period of time.

The copy of the telex sent by Air Lanka’s ground staff in Singapore informing of captain Pujitha Jayakody’s apprehension by local Police for shop lifting.

The copy of the telex sent by Air Lanka’s ground staff in Singapore informing of captain Pujitha Jayakody’s apprehension by local Police for shop lifting.

His arrest by the police on that day caused great embarrassment to his colleagues, the airline which then had an image to protect, the country and further it inconvenienced many passengers. There was no captain to pilot the aircraft back home from Singapore leaving all ‘Colombo Bound’ passengers and crew stranded at the Changi International Airport. The entire flight schedule of the airline was affected thereafter due to the knock on affect due to this delay. The entire saga costs the airline and more over the eventual ‘tax payer’ an enormous amount of money.

For Capt. Jayakody’s amazing fortune and absolute good luck, a flower exporter with the identical family name ‘Jayakody’, happened to be married to the country’s former President Ranasinghe Premadasa’s daughter Dulanjali. Rumour has it that it was this other ‘Jayakody’ who intervened on the ‘shop lifter’s behalf and helped to save his job.

Thereafter what left many aviation enthusiasts bemused was as to how Capt. Jayakody managed to ‘fly under the radar’ for many decades, hoodwinking many a President of the caliber of D.B.Wijetunga, Chandrika Kumaratunga and Mahinda Rajapaksa. This was in spite of a colossal amount of other commonly known unethical practices he had continued to commit over this period.

Here is a copy of the telex sent by the Air Lanka Ground Staff in Singapore to its Head Office in Colombo on the 2nd of May 1990, nearly 25 years ago, seeking advice due to the unwarranted situation Capt. Jayakody had made everyone face due to his arrest that day.

The direct translation of that relevant telex is as follows:

Ops/Top Urgent

“Attention Duty Officer UL 303 having a slight difficulty due no captain available at the moment having been informed by hotel manager that captain was apprehended by local police for shop lifting. Captain is now under custody of local police. Please advise further action to be taken as soon as possible. Will advise you of outcome Captain Jayakody as soon as we receive news from local police station where captain is refereed to at the moment. Ops Regards MMM”.

Colombo Telegraph is in possession of many other documents pertaining to Capt. Jayakody’s sketchy character. Colombo Telegraph has been unable to reach Druvi Perera and Pujitha Jayakody for comment.

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      thrishu

      They all look like South Indian men, sun tanned many times over, below average height, sparkle in their eyes denotes as if they have seen MGR the popular old hero, beer belly,……….. there must be a strong genetic affinity between these men and Tamils of South India.

      What do you think?

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      Capt.Druvi Perera COO Airlanka, is none other than the brother of infamous Khavan Perera of Golden Key saga.

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    CT,
    Congratulations on this exposure of a responsible airline officer’s arrest and subsequent ‘whitewashing’ of the story.
    Jayakody will not survive in any other country, except our dharmadwipa.

    Both our airlines should be sold on international auction, to prevent further losses when poorest of the poor women go to slave in the middle east, and vital services need funds.
    Chartered aircraft should be used for travel by the president and senior ministers, and all others can travel on commercial carriers touching Katunayake.

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      justice

      “Jayakody will not survive in any other country, except our dharmadwipa.”

      Its all because they hide their crimes in “I am a proud Southerner and a Sinhala Buddhist” as Dr. Harsha De Silva would like to think.

      Being a proud Southerner and a Sinhala Buddhist is more than enough to absolve all their past, present and future crimes.

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    If he is a bad captain, then that should be reported.

    This is just others garbage.

    Everybody does mistakes at one time or the another in their life time.

    Just garbage articles.

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      Jimmy,

      How many times have you got caught to the police after shop lifting by mistake?

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        A shoplifter by mistake is called a kleptomaniac. Its a psychological disorder. King George the Vth was one. So, maybe we should have a broad margin for this Captain.

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      THIS IS NOT GARBAGE JIM SOFTY. THIS IS FACT. THIS REALLY HAPPENED AND IS TRUE AND ACCURATE. IT IS SADDER THAT PERSONS LIKE YOU WITH A AGENDA EXCUSED ROGUES LIKE THIS. UNLESS YOU ARE OF A SIMILAR STANDING, THEN I CAN UNDERSTAND WHERE YOU COME FROM.

      “Everybody does mistakes at one time or the another in their life time” AND IF SO, YOU MUST SURELY BE THE SECOND mistake.

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      Jim softy

      He should be happy that he was not caught red handed in Saudi Arabia.

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    Capt. Druvi Perera the questionable holder of the Chief Operations Officer (COO),

    “Capt. Druvi Perera the questionable holder of the Chief Operations Officer (COO) title of Sri Lankan Airlines and who also oversees the flight operational functions of the country’s low cost budget carrier Mihin Lanka, has ordered the Director Flight Operations (DFO) Capt. Pujitha Jayakody to initiate a probe and ‘catch the culprit’ who leaked vital letters to ‘Colombo Telegraph’.”

    The fun begins.

    So you oversaw the Budget Air Mihin Air, and Still lost money. Anyway, the people need to take Mahinda Rajapaksa and his Ego to task on this one.

    “was made infamous for his apprehension by the Singaporean Police on the 2nd of May 1990, when he was embarrassingly caught ‘shop lifting’ in the ‘Lion City”.

    The Average IQ of Singaporeans is 108, and that of Sri Lankans, including you is 79.

    “Is not this then the reason why Capt. Jayakody was always sent to other countries and cities such as Frankfurt, whilst his colleagues were sent to Singapore for their bi-annual ‘Simulator Checks’ incurring a considerable amount of money to the company over the last 26 years?” asked one of his colleagues.”

    Was Mahinda Rajapakdsa arrested for Shop-lifting from the Sri Lankan masses over the past 10 years? Why the Double Standards?

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    We can now see how the Yahapalanaya is soon becoming “Rajakeeya (Royal) Palanaya”! Thanks to the new found “caste” by Ranil!
    Yesterday it was nepotism today it is Royalism! Any difference. One good thing the, the big match (the yearly mangallaya) under the influence of liquor exposes affiliations!

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    Should alcoholics be flying aero-planes with hundreds of passengers in them ? Ask those who know the guy well. Both air-lanka and Mihin are run by rogues and idiots(mostly from Royal College)

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      Visit him at [Edited out]

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      “Should alcoholics be flying aero-planes with hundreds of passengers in them ?”

      Should Representatives Elected by Modayas whose Average IQ is 79, be governing a country?

      Shoulkd there be a certification that says that the elected representatives are not Modayas and have a high enough IQ not to be Modayas, Fools?

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    I feel its terribly unfair to dig up a matter that happened over 25 years ago to tarnish a persons image. I know Pujitha personally and I have always known him to be a gentleman.

    I presume this charge of shoplifting is still a pending matter and not proven.

    Pujitha is a captain with close to 30,000 flying hours, he is one of the persons helicoptered to Katunayaka to save an Air Bus A340 while terrorists were attacking the Air Port. In my eyes, he is a fine pilot and a Hero. He has been flying VVIPs obviously because he has the most experience (Flying since Air Ceylon).

    And no, He does not attend the Royal Thomian to hob Knob with politicians, the man bleeds blue and yellow and is a standard fixture at any Royal Thomian (and usually the life of the party).

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      Jimmy,

      How many times have you got caught to the police after shop lifting by mistake?

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        Navin Look like a personal enemy of this captain.

        In nature, every one is a thief.

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      Perhaps your friend is a gentleman shoplifter? Not proved, eh? Mmmm. Well if the monkey is absconding … doesn’t it prove that the animal is guilty at least of bringing shame to Sri Lanka?

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        This guy Jayakodi is [Edited out]

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      Diluk,

      I agree with your comments. It looks as if CT have little else to report on so are scrapping the bottom of the barrel to come up with this stuff. It was 25 years ago, let it go.

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    Sin Aney. Let him go. Small fish no. Catch the big fish will you. He no steal like Tsunami funds or anythig like that. That also, only from a shop in Singapore.

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      Beeta Aunty should know that stupid folks in large are still backing Rajapakshe. Only a genetic modified pill can make those masses turn to the healthy minded ones. As the fishers can fish so long fishes are there, those synonymes to corrutption and thuggery can noly live until those stupid folks in masses exist in this country. As Regi Corray made is very clear – before Vesak thorana – everything is nice, but behind the illuminations- you have to accept that all the wires are connected together… ( wrongs ones, rapists, higher abusers and all) this is the current situation Aunty when focusing on the sharks.

      I think people will support to abusive rulers rather than doing against, since only a rarity of lanken society will want CORRUPTION and ABUSE free country – may be those who are connected to social media out – making up not even 0.9million of voter eligible (15 millions) do want to fight against corrutption but all others are entwined … as nothing could help them.. they know only that.

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    What an exposure to crooks still hanging on at the top of Sri Lankan businesses !

    Thank you CT for this great public service you re doing in exposing them.

    This alone shows how successive governments retained crooks at the top of their management structure so they too can dip their dirty hands into the kitty ? Little wonder the airlines run huge losses continuously

    I’ve heard of this guy and his many episodes but never realized he was still around

    Please let us know who the other crooks are

    Shame on you Yahapalanaya

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    I am cursing my misfortune of being a Sri Lankan – there was rule of law at that time – there no rule of at present – with proper connections any thief can stay among us when they are suppose to be behind bars — what bloody country is this – we will never be a develop nation for 500 years

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      Rabok

      “there was rule of law at that time”

      When was this?

      “we will never be a develop nation for 500 years”

      Never mind development, the island will remain a Sinhala/Buddhist country for the next 2500 years, as Buddha wanted it to be.

      Why do you need development when you have Sinhala/Buddhism in this thrice blessed land?

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    Well done CT. Keep on exposing these bar stewards.

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    As both SriLankan Airlines and Lee Kuan Yew are in the news these days it is interesting to read his opinion of them. This is from the second volume of his autobiography, From Third World To First.

    ‘He (JR) had some weaknesses. He wanted to start an airline because it was a symbol of progress. Singapore Airlines employed a good Sri Lankan Captain. Would I release him? Of course, but how could an airline pilot run an airline? He wanted Singapore Airlines to help. We did.

    I advised him that an airline should not be his priority because it required too many talented and good administrators to get an airline off the ground when he needed them for irrigation, agriculture, housing, industrial promotion and development, and so many other projects. An airline was a glamour project, not of great value for developing Sri Lanka.

    But he insisted. So we helped him launch it in six months, seconding 80 of Singapore Airline’s staff for periods from three months to two years, helping them through our worldwide sales representation, setting up overseas offices, training staff, developing training centres and so on. But there was no sound top management.

    When the pilot, now Chairman of the new airline, decided to buy two second-hand aircraft against our advice, we decided to withdraw. Faced with a five-fold expansion of capacity, negative cash flow, lack of trained staff, unreliable services and insufficient passengers, it was bound to fail. And it did.’

    Today, despite it’s non-stop flights SriLankan still has only 50% of the London – Colombo passengers.

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      This is not the end of story one captain related to JR landed AIR CEYLON in Bangkok and sent his resignation letter by telex to Colombo and went to join with Singapore Airlines…later became a senior pilot…( no other country will ever give a post to this traitor except this Dhammadeepa .)

      When Air Lanka was inaugurated the same Captain was appointed as the Chairman and SIA General Manager Mr.Kulasekaram came here as GM of AirLanka….This Captain was working under Mr.Kulasekaram and called him “SIR” but here he was the Chairman ….imagine how would have been the relationship between these two

      JR `s favorite cousin with his capacity as Chairman recruited nuts and bolts who are his favourites from Bangkok and offered them posh positions ….

      Finally when corruption was exposed there was an inquiry and suddenly all this went under carpet….

      and they said RIP to Air Lanka

      They called an Airline “flag carrier” an airline and it services tell about the country and people ..when people find an airline for its punctual schedule and services they get confidence in that country ,,investments and tourist follows this happened in SINGAPORE AIRLINES one of the best in the world

      AIR CEYLON —AIR LANKA–SRI LANKAN AIRLINES—next ??????

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      “As both SriLankan Airlines and Lee Kuan Yew are in the news these days …….”
      Yes indeed. Both are in the news today. Both for the wrong reasons. One is already dead and the other is a flying carcass to which erstwhile plunderers are still clinging onto with the hope of fattening their pockets in whatever way they can.

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    Pujitha is a good guy. Superb pilot.

    One bad mistake.

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      I am told Pujitha [Edited out]

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      Yea … one mistake – a thief who got caught once. How many times has he not got caught?

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      Jagath Fernando

      “Superb pilot.”

      Has he ever over taken a MiG-31E (Mach 2.83), Su-35 Flanker-E (Mach 2.25), Tornado ADV (Mach 2.27), Shenyang J-11 Fighter (Mach 2.35), any Indian manufactured fighter jets?

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      If he raises four or five glasses of beer instead of two, it is a mistake, not bloody shoplifting, notoriously by a pilot. What was his mental status. Is he fit to fly, given the pilots are being suspected of recent accident and disappearances. I am relieved he was given charge of flying VVIP, not the ordinary ones. Kora might bring down big Koreans.

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    What fools we have in Sri Lanka !

    They have been robbed silly for so many decades by their own saintly looking rogues that they are unable to distinguish the difference.

    They do not see the difference between good & bad or honest from a rogue even when it’s being shown here in black & white !

    God help these lunatics

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    We all must realize that writing about 25-30 years old stories is just to digress from the current looting and mismanagement.The CEO just ejected is singing ” I feeeel Good…all the way to Australia with his loot in the boot, and nothing is done about it. Another episode is about to start? Have we already sold the airline to Qatar Govt?. or our traffic rights to them to operate and sell tickets from Colombo to Australia and any other destination?

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    Call me dumb. But looking at the picture the Capt seems a respectable gent all out for a happy time with the philosophy of live-and-let live imbued in him. The incident is very regrettable but fate is a bloody bitch and you simply cannot hang a man until proven guilty. So, while the jury may still be out, I personally think the picture reflects a man who is well-bred and doesn’t have to stoop so low as to e.. again but that how I strongly feelngage in the act he was accused of. No need for a few bucks for this guy. Call me dumb … again, but that’s how I feel about this case.

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    As a person who has lived in Singapore for 7 years, having to remind one’s self to remember NOT TO EVEN ACCIDENTLY walk out of a store carrying something you haven’t paid for yet was something we had to constantly remind one’s self of, reminding ones’self of the consequences , after hearing horror stories of how Sri Lankans very absentmindedly find themselves in this situation, be it an old lady or a reputed pilot! Not to chew gum, not to litter, not to jay-walk amongst others. The law there does not let anyone go easily.
    Knowing the family of My Jayakody and of him for years now, I can truly say there was NO NEED for this man to shoplift. If he was caught for this situation, it had to be pure accident. Absentminded Sri Lankan syndrome runs in all our veins. It was a pure mistake that there is no need for bringing out in public to tarnish his name. WHY??? does this article conveniently NOT MENTION that the SAME Capt Jayakody was RESPONSIBLE for VOLANTARILY putting him self at risk to enter the airport premises during the LTTE attack to move an A340 to safety! The service he rendered clearly outweighs this accidental mistake.

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      whether he had a NEED or not it is a fact that he was caught Shop lifting in Singapore and has been evading court proceedings since then.If not for his relative late [Edited out] who bailed him out of police custody the story would have been a different one.Notwithstanding his Bravado shown at different times,his action in Singapore did bring about disgrace to the Airline.

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    Wow, I hope someday I will have as many defender’s of my reputation as Mr. Jayakody has.

    If he was innocent, why did he not take care of business back then?

    Yes, we all make mistakes throughout life. I doubt too many of us have tried to shoplift in a foreign country let alone in Sri Lanka. The fact that he carried on regardless and the airline as his employer allowed him to manage his career accordingly is shocking.

    Anyone else knows of an employer who would train and certify a SINGLE pilot elsewhere, because he might be arrested in Singapore?

    The question going a-begging at this juncture is why NO ONE ELSE is culpable in this trick that lasted over 20 years????

    Is there really no honour amongst thieves anymore? That is what it is, isn’t it? You hide my secrets and I will help you hide yours and we will all be happy…until CT screws things up for us!!

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    Guys, you are mostly benevolent to rogues we know.

    This was not the only ‘accidental robbery’ by this guy.

    Plenty more down the line if you care to learn

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    There was not much concern about the Arjuna aMahendran who supported his son in Law to get rich in no time with a big loot from the SL Central bank.

    Arjuna Mahendran had provided the loan to buy bonds, large amount of bonds and the highest interest.

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    The thread here is about a shoplifter and this is just scraping the iceberg, he has many more skeletons.

    So why are we talking of Central Bank ? Does he have s connection to thst too or is it Koheda yanne, Malle pol ???

    Apparently he also talks in syllables, starts with Coconuts and ends with tiny arecanut ! Any relation of yours Jim ?

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    What happened 25 years ago is unfortunate, mostly because it has given people a big stick to beat him for the rest of his life.

    How many of you know the good side of this man? I and a few thousand others sure do.

    He is an extremely generous gentleman. Now please…… It’s not that he can afford to be generous with what he saved with shoplifting.

    His greatest act of bravery is mentioned a few times here.

    He is also very straightforward and calls a spade a spade. Calls a d… Head, just that without mincing words.

    Looks like he has upset a few people, and they have got hold of that big stick.

    Get a life people. Move on. What’s the big news here other than what happened 25 years ago.

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    And look at this picture. It is from Roy-Tho of 2011. Long before Yahapalanaya. I can prove it. I have over 200 pics from this Roy-Tho. This is at Stallions.

    He doesn’t need to hob-knob with anyone “Now”.

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    And look at this picture. It is from Roy-Tho of 2011. Long before Yahapalanaya. I can prove it. I have over 200 pics from this Roy-Tho. This is at Stallions.

    He doesn’t need to hob-knob with anyone “Now”. He has done it all his life. People who haven’t will, predictably, be jealous.

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    This article is about how Druvi set Pujitha to find how information is leaking. Without adressing the core issue CT and others are going at Pujitha probably as they can’t find anything about Druvi.
    As for the photograph, CaptSK is correct. This was taken long time ago.
    Moreover, Stallions was originally from in 1975 and probably Pujitha would have joined around 1978.
    Since then he’s been around every year without a break.
    Others in the picture, would have still been in school till 81/82.
    CT and all affected should sought the matter with Druvi direct.

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    I have no quarrels with anyone. I’m also not here to justify any of the comments above. However, as a very loyal ex UL staff of over 25 years, I can say this – In 2001 when everything around us was burning with a terrorist attack on Katunayake Airport – this was the ONLY man who got into an aircraft via a step ladder and peddled the aircraft to safety amidst a hail of bullets from either side. We all make mistakes in life and like the good old bible says, ‘let him who is without sin cast the first stone’! I wonder how many of us here qualify? Be that as it may, my utmost respect to Capt Jayakody. When we were weeping seeing those brand new fleet being destroyed by an bunch of terrorist thugs, there was this man who walked up and saved millions by putting his life at risk. On one other occasion, in LON when the crew did not get paid through a glitch in the system, Capt Jayakody withdrew money from his card and paid the crew. Of course, he was settled the next day but that was the caliber of the man. I have no fear in giving my name openly. However, why is the author of this article not doing so? That shows the kind of cowards we are dealing with doesn’t it now?

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    What fools, does that pics of whenever prove his innocence ?

    Just send him to Singapore and see if he returns, that can put your wishes of his innocence to rest.

    He is not going to do it by himself so go ahead and buy a ticket. One way okay la …

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    C’Mon Krishan, your ‘brave’ comments is a load of bollocks and only proves that ‘ birds of a feather will always flock together’.

    Dont brag about your loyalty towards your ex airline UL. Wasn’t it common knowledge that you comfortably pocketed Sterling Pounds 10/= UK from each hotel room from the crew Hotel after you changed it as the then Station Manager UL ? I hope I’m addressing the same guy here. Wonder how much you finally pocketed in your self claimed 25 year career before you dumped your national airline and ran away with Peter Hill so you could go uphill with Oman airlines.

    The hotel guys were confused not knowing whom to give the room kickback after you left and that is how the cat was let out of the bag.

    Please don’t digress from the topic of ‘shoplfting’ and yapping away about your Shoplifter Friend’s ‘bravoda’.
    Let’s hope CT is willing to dedicate paragraphs on his heroic performances, but let’s save that for another day.
    For now let’s agree to stick on this written topic of ‘shoplifting’ and agree that your friend the ‘shoplifter’ is a rogue in this instance, shall we ?

    As for his great generosity of withdrawing money to pay the crew their allowances – well buddy wonder whose money he was lavishly dishing out? Ask the money exchange manager in Singapore and he will tell you how he pocketed Sin $ [Edited out] which he signed accepted monies that was erroneously paid to him. It perhaps is easy to dish out stolen money when it does not belong to you in true ‘ Dick Turpin’ or if locally ‘Saradiel’ style.

    I hope you will agree that there were many wonderful employees that the airline had as Cabin Crew who unfortunately lost their jobs due suspected ‘theft’ be it stealing or involved with a currency fraud mostly pertaining to duty free sales on board. The list is quite long. They were punished and paid the ultimate price of losing their treasured jobs. However in your Shoplifter’ friend’s case he is still around and know what, on the 2nd of May this year, he will be celebrating the ‘Silver Jubilee’ of this incident and mind you holding one of the five stake holder’s positions in the Budget Carrier as the ‘Director Flight Operations’.

    Grow up old chap – or do you still prefer to stand up for crooks ?

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    Waruna,
    Check what he says about the photo. It says he is hobnobbing with Yahapalanya big wigs “Now”.
    That’s why the timing of when the photo was taken is important.
    It was even before Dr. Harsha became an MP.
    We are not denying what happened in Singapore. All we are saying is there’s a very good side of the man.
    Would who were upset by him, jealous of him keep using that one big mistake he made over and over again.

    You don’t find people defending him so fiercely if he wasn’t such a good person. we have nothing to gain from him.

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    Let’s cut the crap about his goodness, there’s no honour among theives and that’s universally accepted so don’t keep on bashing your head claiming otherwise SK ! The more you guys try to defend a person like this, more of his antics will come out. Still claim it’s only one incident ? Try and grow up and defend honest people instead

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      Dear Tommy

      Less hatred please and everyone is entitled to his/her opinion at CT. You instead choose to hide under anonymity and malign people, Capt Jayakody, Mr Krishan Perera etc. Your allegation of a backhander from a crew hotel has no truth whatsoever, just a figment of your warped imagination. If there is follow up with details, proof, or man up, reveal your identity (like Mr Krishan Perera did) and man up. Perhaps you need to grow a set of testicles

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