A lot of vacations don’t go as planned this winter. But for this South Carolina couple, it has nothing to do with the weather…
Paula Barbour and her husband had just arrived in Palmetto State for a relaxing Wednesday when an argument between the couple took a turn for the worse. About 2:50 security details in Charleston International Airport reacted to a “domestic activity” incident – and discovered Barbour was assaulting her husband.
According to the report obtained from WCSC, the 55-year-old woman kicked her husband, slapped her in the face and threw her phone. The police were able to break up the fight when they arrived. They soon found out – Paula revealed she found “some indecent photos” on her husband’s phone. Damn, what are those things?? Whatever it was, it seemed like it was enough to separate the couple forever!
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A crash report through the store stated:
“The suspect said she just wanted to get rid of the victim and fly home.”
She gets her wish to be separated from her husband for a while – just maybe not in the way she wants.
When law enforcement got involved, the husband completely denied being assaulted and insisted that his wife never hit him. But police and bystanders saw the woman beat her husband and throw his phone. On top of that, airports are filled with security cameras, so they recorded the whole thing.
Barbour eventually confessed to the assault, and security officers arrested her on a charge of third-degree domestic violence. She was placed in Al Cannon Prison shortly after – but was bailed the very next day with a bond worth $5,237. It is unclear if the couple will be able to fly home and if they will have to do so together. But if they did, we haven’t seen reports of any more crashes.
The “indecent photos” in question remain a mystery. It’s not clear who the photos – or whose – or how the wife saw them on his phone. We just hope they can deal with anything without any trouble with the law in the future.
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[Image via WCBD News 2/YouTube/Al Cannon Detention Center]