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Plane Forced To Land After Woman Discovers Cheating Hubby & Loses Her Shit

Plane Forced To Land After Woman Discovers Cheating Hubby & Loses Her Shit

But an Iranian woman, who was flying from Qatar Airways' Doha-Bali nonstop flight this Sunday (November 5), created an uproar in the flight after she found out her husband has been cheating on her.

After finding proof of his indiscretions on his phone, the woman became visibly upset and confronted her husband in front of fellow passengers.

She unlocked her husband's phone by using the fingerprint scanner while he was sleeping.

Flight attendants were unable to calm the woman as she repeatedly hit her husband, causing the pilots to make the decision to make an emergency landing in India on 5 November. "The plane went ahead to Bali leaving them in India", an official said.

A mid-flight marital discord resulted in an unscheduled, forced landing of a Doha-Bali Qatar Airways flight in Chennai.

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The woman was already inebriated by then and got into a fight with her husband.

The family were removed from the flight and the plane then continued its journey to Bali, an anonymous security official told India's Hindustan Times. Since there was no security issue and given the reasoning offered by the lady, authorities in Chennai kept the family at the airport.

"We have been doing flights between Turkey and Doha for 13 years". Because the family did not have Indian visas, they were forced to spend the day in a detention centre - together.

Qatar Airways offered no comment in the report, citing respect for passenger privacy in individual cases. The couple's verbal volleys inside the flight created inconvenience to 284 passengers on board the flight who requested the cabin crew and the captain to take action.


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