Ah, mobiles phones, the one thing no ever leaves the home without, and the gadget that often brings trouble in more ways than one. It has caused cheating spouses headaches (and heartaches), and no matter how "smart" a phone gets, there's nothing like, er, human error. Let the following story serve as a lesson.
Earlier in November, a couple and their child were flying from Doha, Qatar, to Bali, Indonesia, for a family vacation. Their flight was forced to land midflight after the wife found out that her husband was cheating on her. After learning of his affair, The Guardian reported, the wife repeatedly hit her husband, causing such a "ruckus" that forced the captain to land the plane.
"The Qatar Airways flight was diverted to Chennai after the pilot requested it citing unruly passenger on board as the reason,” an officer from India’s central industrial security force (CISF) told the Hindustan Times, which first reported the incident. "The woman and her husband, along with their child, were offloaded and the flight departed for Bali," the report added.
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The family spent a day in Chennai, India and left for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to travel back to Doha. They didn't have Indian visas, so they were kept in a detention center while waiting for their flight. Awkward.
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So how did the wife discover her husband's affair? Reports claimed she already had an inkling her husband was cheating on her but needed proof. So she went through his phone, which was probably password-protected, but it could be unlocked with the owner's thumbprint. And so while her husband slept, she gently took his thumb, pressed it on the button, and got confirmation of her suspicions.
As the famous saying goes, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned"— not even a whole plane full of strangers can contain her.
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