Flight EY474 from Abu Dhabi to Jakarta diverted for a
Cleaners after found a passed baby dark in a
A 37-year-old woman, who was returning home after four
years of domestic work in Abu Dhabi, was arrested upon
returning to Indonesia.
A baby child was found passed on an aeroplane over the weekend,
wrapped in a plastic bag.
Cleaners done the hideous find in a drawer inside a
lavatory of an Etihad craft on Saturday night after it landed at
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia,
Agence France-Presse reported.
The police have arrested a 37-year-old Indonesian woman,
identified only as Hani, who they consider secretly gave birth on
the flight, EY474.
Hani had worked as a domestic supporter in Abu Dhabi, United Arab
Emirates, for the past 4 years and has a husband and children
in Cianjur, Indonesia.
According to Indonesian journal The Jakarta Post, Hani said
the child was a outcome of a attribute with her employer in Abu
The lady began draining median by the flight, according to
AFP, and the Airbus A330 she was roving on had to obstruct at
Bangkok so a medical group could leave her.
A passenger, Francesco Calore, told AFP: “The lady was in
economy category but then [the airline] laid on a business-class
chair with an oxygen mask. The captain then announced we should
obstruct to Bangkok.”
It wasn’t transparent either anybody on house the craft suspicion Hani
was profound or had given birth.
Etihad’s discipline contend trusting mothers need a medical
certificate to fly in the last 10 weeks of their pregnancy and
should not fly at all in the final four.
Hani returned to Indonesia early Sunday morning, the day after
her strange moody had arrived. She was arrested at Jakarta
Ahmad Yusef, Jakarta’s police chief, told AFP the migrant worker
“didn’t demeanour healthy.”
The means of the infant’s death stays unknown.