A Danish woman, who after a fight threatened her husband that she was leaving the country, has been arrested for getting into the airport with a forged e-ticket.
The woman, who is married to an Indian, forged an e-ticket, entered the airport and waited there for three hours on January 25.
When her husband did not call her up, she decided to leave the airport but was caught by Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel.
“The woman has been in India since November. She got married to a Punjab resident but began fighting regularly. After a heated argument last week, she threatened to go back to Denmark,” a senior police officer said.
According to an official of the CISF, the force that guards the airport, the woman attempted to come out from Gate No. 5 of the departure hall.
“Passengers cannot exit from that part of the airport, unless they have the permission of the airline. When the woman was trying to exit, CISF personnel at the gate got suspicious and asked her to show her ticket,” a CISF official said.
Close scrutiny of her e-ticket revealed that she had forged the journey details and produced the fake ticket to gain entry to the airport.
The woman was handed over to the police. In her statement, she said she had a fight with her husband and wanted to pretend that she was leaving the country.
“She also admitted that she had edited an old ticket. She was booked for forgery and trespassing and her husband was informed,” the officer added.