Woman forced emergency landing over cheating husband

The Qatar Airways plane was flying from Doha to Bali when the pilot was forced to land in Chennai because of an unruly woman passenger

The Qatar Airways plane was flying from Doha to Bali when the pilot was forced to land in Chennai because of an unruly woman passenger

On November 5, a Qatar Airways flight QR-962 flying from Doha to Bali had to be diverted to Chennai because of an irate passenger who just discovered that her husband had been cheating on her.

The woman reportedly started hitting her husband repeatedly following the discovery.

As her husband was sleeping she using his hand to unlock his phone as it was a finger-print protected phone. The flight crew was unable to calm her down; in fact, they were forced to watch from the sidelines as the woman proceeded to beat her dirtbag husband. "The plane went ahead to Bali leaving them in India", an official said.

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Data from plane-tracking website FlightRadar24 shows that the plane began its descent into Chennai just before leaving the east coast of India, which would have likely seen the flight continue across the Indian Ocean onto Denpasar.

According to an India Today report, while her husband was blissfully asleep on a flight from Doha, she managed to unlock his smartphone and discovered he was cheating on her.

A woman's wrath can bring down an entire plane, or at least make it land before it reaches its destination. After the family was removed, the flight resumed its course to Bali. The pilot diverted the flight to Chennai, where the family was de-boarded. The airlines authorities refused to comment on the situation and termed it as a case of passenger privacy. "No police action was taken", the officer said. "They were sent to Kuala Lumpur by Batik Air flight 6019 for further travel to Doha", the official further added.

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