Husband Of Cheating Flight Attendant Attempts To Publish Her Diary

A woman who works as a flight attendant on a Dutch airline gave a whole new meaning to the term 'fly the friendly skies'. The woman had multiple romps with her colleagues on the low-cost European airline, Transavia.

Her husband learned about her serial cheating through her diary, and attempted to have it published as a series.

The couple's names are being kept anonymous for privacy reasons, but if the husband has his way, it won't be that way for long. He was stunned when he discovered his wife's diary and learned that the mother of four had been having sex with other men behind his back.

She would often have sex with men on planes, during layovers, or when she spent the night in hotels.

The husband walked out on her and promptly initiated divorce proceedings, but then he tried to make her diary and work emails public to expose his estranged wife. Both the wife, and the embarrassed airline that she works for, are suing the man to block him from doing so.

The airline is worried about the scandal not just for how the company looks, but for many employees who may have had a tryst with the woman. Many employees, such as pilots and other flight attendants, have families themselves. If the indiscretions were made public it could ruin a lot of lives.

"It is important in our personnel policy that we take care of our employees. We have talked to everybody, but for now we will not make any comments on that."

Because of the pending litigation, no details have come forward about the emails or the diaries, except to say that the woman gives a candid account of her exploits. Employees of the airline have been slapped with a gag order by their employers and are prohibited from discussing the case with the press as the airline tries to get exclusive rights to the emails.

"Our colleagues consider those emails as unwanted and unacceptable as they harm our interests," said a spokesperson for Transavia.

The airline does note that the matter was never a question of whether the woman put passengers in danger. "We take everything very seriously. An internal research has shown that the safety of passengers was never in doubt," the spokesperson said.

Exposing cheaters has become something of a public sport, and is easier to do now with social media on the internet than it ever has been in the past. Cheaters have been exposed on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and just about every other platform you can think of.

The stories, the photos and videos show some very dramatic, emotional, and sometimes, comical scenes. There's even a television show, 'Cheaters', that revolves around catching cheaters in the act and filming the confrontation with the person they've betrayed.

One woman took out an ad in the personal's section of a local newspaper under 'life achievement' notices. It read, "I would like to say congratulations to Shara Cormier and Patrick Brown... They are expecting a baby. Hope you both are really in love and I hope it works out. Always, Patrick's wife, Timeshia Brown."

When one woman named Emily discovered her husband cheating, she took out a billboard that read, "Hi Steven, Do I have your attention now? I know all about her, you dirty, sneaky, immoral, unfaithful, poorly-endowed slimeball. Everything's caught on tape. Your (soon-to-be-ex) Wife, Emily."

Emily added on the bottom of the billboard a P.S. noting that she paid for it with their joint bank account.

Another woman hung a big sign on the front porch that read, "Dear Neighbors, My husband cheated on me. So I have to move out! Thanks for the great memories!"

Source: MailOnline
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