A passenger who, during a flight from Doha to Bali, discovered her husband was having an affair, caused such a ruckus that the Qatar Airways plane had to make an emergency landing in India.
The woman was apparently able to open her snoozing husband's phone via a touch passcode, by holding his finger on the device's security finger-scanning sensor.
The passenger had unlocked the phone of her sleeping husband using his thumb impression and learnt about his infidelity.
The scorned woman threw such a huge tanty (YES GIRL END HIM), the plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Chennai, where the family was offloaded before the flight resumed on its trip to Bali.
The Iranian couple was on their way from Doha to Bali in Indonesia for a holiday. Interestingly, the Doha to Bali Qatar Airways flight had no stopover in India. As the woman was in an inebriated condition, authorities at Chennai made a decision to keep the family at the airport till she got sober. She got so angry on this discovery that as per reports she started to hit her husband.
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The woman is said to have been irate and refused to be pacified despite the flight's crew attempting to do so.
The family had boarded the flight in Doha.
The airline in its statement did not comment on the matter, stating the actions were taken with respect towards passenger safety, India Today reported.
While talking about the duo an insider said, "They were taken to a room maintained by immigration authorities at Chennai airport".
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