Air India on Sunday responded to Indian Olympian Manu Bhaker's claim of being 'treated like a criminal' for carrying her guns on board. The ace shooter who was flying to Bhopal for her training had alleged that she was stopped from boarding an Air India flight from Delhi on Friday unless she paid a 'bribe' of Rs 10,000 for carrying heavy weapons for her training. Citing a CCTV footage, Air India refuted her accusation. The national carrier said that the officials at Delhi airport had only sought for valid documentation as per rules for the carriage of the weapons on board. In absence of the same legitimate specified charges for the arms were conveyed. Air India went on to clarify that no one had asked for the bribe as the 19-year-old had alleged.