November 7, 2017

"An enraged woman forced an airliner to make an emergency landing after she discovered mid-flight that her husband was apparently cheating on her...."

"As her husband slept, she used his hand to unlock his fingerprint-protected phone, revealing the alleged affair in all its sordid detail...."

31 comments:

Bob Boyd said...

Oh no! What was race?

Bad Lieutenant said...

Believe me, white women will look at your phone while you sleep. Which BTW ladies is a firing offense.

tim maguire said...

What else is she going to do for entertainment on a long flight?

tim maguire said...

BL, that is a good warning for dating life. But when married, you have no expectation of privacy. He was asking for trouble.

I Have Misplaced My Pants said...

Once Mr. Pants was on a plane in which somehow a nearby passenger managed to accidentally play a video on his phone which was paired to a speaker in his carry-on. Not only was the cabin treated to the audio of his amateur sex tape, everyone got to witness his wife go apeshit when she realized it was him but not her. First officer came back to talk her down so they didn't have to put down and take her off.

Assrat said...

Hope she spends some time in jail for forcing an emergency landing. Otherwise, no sympathy for the guy.

Achilles said...

Blogger Assrat said...
"Hope she spends some time in jail for forcing an emergency landing. Otherwise, no sympathy for the guy."

Second. All in favor...

Bob Ellison said...

AFP. No names, few details. Not exactly Encyclopedia Britannica.

MadisonMan said...

They deserve each other. I feel very sorry for the kid.

Big Mike said...

If I missed a flight connection because a plane had to make an emergency landing to take off a woman making a scene then I would be well and truly pissed.

Unknown said...

Hopefully she was arrested and fined with the cost of the landing as well as all of the time wasted by the other passengers. Sometimes women think they can do any thing they want to do and no one will knock their blocks off.

rhhardin said...

That's probably two strikes against her now.

Angel-Dyne said...

As Miss Manners used to say, to be deceived is the human condition. To read another's mail is despicable.

Update for current technology.

I feel debased if I open commercial mass mailings and junk mail addressed to my husband, if they're from companies with whom we have accounts, and I mistake them for bills I need to pay.

Gahrie said...

If you are going to have an affair...why would you preserve evidence of it?

Angel-Dyne said...

tim maguire: But when married, you have no expectation of privacy.

?!?

I've been married for nigh on to thirty years, and I am entirely ignorant of what's on my husband's phone or his laptop, the content of any personal mail he's ever received (unless he chooses to share it with me), or of the unlocked cabinet where he keeps his personal correspondence. (If the laundry weren't my responsibility, I wouldn't even presume to open his sock drawer.)

It's never crossed my mind that he would ever poke his nose into my stuff, either.

I Have Misplaced My Pants said...

Yucky behavior all around.

I feel sorry for anyone in a trustless relationship. My ex-husband felt justified going through my computer and reading my private things when I was out of town, and yes he found some things he didn't like, but well that's what happens when your marriage is in the shitter enough to make a fishing expedition seem like a good idea in the first place.

Curious George said...

Guys, guys, guys, the secret to a happy marriage: Samsung Galaxy S8 with retinal scan.

Ralph L said...

Even non-silicone-sister stewards need Valium misters.

Moral of Pants' story: keep your finger over the stop button when watching porn in public.

Martin said...

So much for fingerprint security. But that marriage was already in trouble, obviously, and it was only a matter of time.

Throwing a fit that forces the plane to land, though? It cannot have been THAT much of a shock or she wouldn't have gone to the trouble in the first place.

Hopefully there is some way to make her pay, although unless she is VERY rich she won't be able to pay what she really cost the airline and the inconvenience to the other passengers.

Caligula said...

"As her husband slept, she used his hand to unlock his fingerprint-protected phone."

Well, at least she didn't cut his finger off before using it. Although I'll predict that phone-finger security will shortly morph to two-factor authentication.

Of course, the headline is wrong: she didn't force the crew to divert, the crew chose to do so. Perhaps it was a good decision, perhaps not, but it was their decision, not hers.

In any case, I'll bet she'd be a lot angrier if they'd just dumped her off the plane, and left husband and child on-board.

SDaly said...

Well, at least she didn't cut his finger off before using it.

Was he the owner of the RAMJAC corporation?

Ralph L said...

She had an extended, uncontrollabe fit in front of their child? What a nasty piece of work.
No wonder he strayed.

Freeman Hunt said...

I don't think there's any expectation of privacy in marriage either. I have no idea if my husband has ever looked through my messages, but I wouldn't care. I don't look through his, but I could, and he wouldn't care either.

tim in vermont said...

Din't chu know all bitches is crazy?

JaimeRoberto said...

At least she didn't have to cut off his finger to get access to the phone.

Kirk Parker said...

Caligula,

Her anger would have been very short-lived, if they had ejected her from the plane at altitude. That is something I'm sure your namesake would have done if it had been available to him.

Big Mike said...

I know my wife's passcode and she knows mine. Like Freeman and her spouse, she could look through my messages and I could look through hers, but we don't. I can't imagine a marriage where it would be different.

cf said...

I am with angel-dyne and big mike, hard to imagine tolerating anything less.

deep respect for each others personal privacy is a wholesome trait in a marriage, and a discipline with its own reward.

But clearly, marital courtesy & discipline was not on display here.

roger said...

fun and games children, fun ad games

walter said...

It's all fun and games until someone loses a penis.
I like how the page puts this at end: "Related: This Might Be The Coolest Airport Ever"

Leigh said...

So a commenter over at the original Yahoo story who goes by "Karen" excoriated the wife, championed multiculturalism, and displayed xer propensity to ethnically stereotype (a/k/a racism) in one fell swoop:
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KarenKaren18 hours ago
Who pays for cost of the unscheduled stop and what about the impact this stop had on all the other people on that plane? Her rage blinded her to everything but her own needs. Whatever publicity she got is apparently mostly an opportunity for haters to voice the differences between cultures around the world in a way that makes them feel superior. F-ed up situation all around
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How curious.