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Plane makes emergency landing after wife rumbles cheating husband mid-flight

Plane makes emergency landing after wife rumbles cheating husband mid-flight

A Qatar Airways flight made an emergency landing once a husband had to unknowingly see his wife's hands after she learned he'd been cheating on her.

The woman, who was flying with her husband and child on a trip from Doha to Bali last weekend, reportedly used her sleeping husband's finger to unlock his phone, uncovering evidence that he had cheated on her.

"The incident took place on Sunday morning". Once there, the Iranian family - husband, wife and their young child - were offloaded there and the plane resumed its journey to Bali.

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Security agencies claim the woman was drunk, created a ruckus and misbehaved with crew members on the flight. Sources said that since they did not have Indian visas, they were kept at a detention centre.

According to the Times of India, the female passenger was "inebriated" and "already a few drinks down" when she reached over to use her lover's phone. The crew tried to pacify her but she did not listen.

Then they were put on a flight to Kuala Lumpur to catch a connection back to Doha, according to reports. The Batik Air flight left at 10:30 pm. Qatar Airways' comment was awaited at the time of filing this story and will be updated once the airline sends a statement.


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