Words you will hear today: Flightmares

A Qatar Airways flight was diverted after a woman found out her husband was cheating on her mid-flight. According to reports the Iranian woman reportedly used her husband’s fingerprint to unlock his phone while he was asleep. The pilots were forced to make an emergency landing when she repeatedly hit her husband.

That got me thinking, what is the most bizarre thing you have seen or heard on an airplane?

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

The worst thing for me is a woman had taken her hair, quite a long mop of hair and she put it over her chair so it was hanging down in full view.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

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