Angry wife gets Doha-Bali flight diverted to Chennai

The woman checked her sleeping husbands phone and realised that the man was having an affair

The woman checked her sleeping husband's phone and realised that the man was having an affair

A Qatar Airways flight headed to Bali from Doha was forced to make an emergency landing after an ugly and uncontrollable brawl erupted between woman and her husband mid-flight.

She is then said to have started a fight after discovering evidence he was cheating on her, the Times of India reported.

While on a flight from Doha to Bali, the woman reportedly used her husband's fingerprint while he was sleeping to access his phone.

According to the Hindustan Times, the Iranian woman had managed to unlock her partner's smartphone by pressing it against his hand while he slept.

The couple and their child later flew to Kuala Lumpur where they boarded a flight back to Doha.

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The plane landed in Chennai, India after flight attendants tried but couldn't restrain the woman. The Batik Air flight left at 10:30 pm.

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

Since there was no security issue and given the reasoning offered by the lady, authorities in Chennai kept the family at the airport. No police action was taken, according to reports.

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

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