According to Qatar Airways officials the flight from Doha heading to Bali was forced to land in Chennai on November 5, when a woman in inebriated condition created ruckus after she found out that her husband was cheating on her.
After finding proof of his indiscretions on his phone, the woman became visibly upset and confronted her husband in front of fellow passengers.
She had blown into a rage after unlocking her husband's phone by pressing his thumb against the screen as he slept.
After crew members failed to calm the woman, the plane made an emergency landing in Chennai, India, and the entire family - including the husband and their child - were kicked off.
They later caught a plane back to Doha, the holiday to Bali was cancelled.
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Local Chennai paper the New Indian Express, meanwhile, reported that airport director G Chandramouli claimed the woman was drunk and said the family were not allowed to board a subsequent flight until she had sobered up.
Chennai: A spat between an Iranian couple mid-air forced a Bali-bound global flight to make an unscheduled landing here recently, airport officials said. The pilot diverted the flight to Chennai, where the family was de-boarded. Later, they were put on a plane to Kuala Lumpur and taken to Doha by a connecting flight from there.
"In respect of passenger privacy, we do not comment on individual cases", Qatar Airways said in its official statement.