Plane forced to land after woman unlocks husband's phone, discovers affair

Plane forced to land after woman unlocks husband's phone, discovers affair

Plane forced to land after woman unlocks husband's phone, discovers affair

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.

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.

Flight attendants tried to intervene but were unable to calm her down, leaving the pilots with no option but to make an unscheduled stop in the southern Indian city of Chennai on Sunday. With the situation getting out of hand, the pilot chose to divert the plane to Chennai.

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The flight departed and continued its journey to Bali while the family spent the day at Chennai airport.

"Infuriated by what she discovered, the lady yelled and descended on her sleeping husband with kicks and blows over the alleged affair", reports India's Hindustan Times.

The family was kept at the airport until the woman sobered up, and returned to Doha without further incident.

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The plane was then forced to re-route and make an emergency landing in Chennai, where the couple and their young child got off the plane, and flew back to Doha.

"In respect of passenger privacy we do not comment on individual cases", a Qatar Airways spokesperson said.

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