Australian women wanted and “humiliated” at Doha airport

Australian women wanted and “humiliated” at Doha airport
Australian women wanted and “humiliated” at Doha airport

An international investigation has been launched into a worrying incident at Doha Airport that resulted in female Australian passengers being humiliated and searched – invasively.

Described as a terrible violation of her rights, she has induced the federal government to report “serious concerns” to the Qatari authorities.

The incident occurred at Hamad International Airport in Doha after staff discovered a fetus that was described as a premature baby and was allegedly left in the terminal’s bathroom.

The airline staff then took matters into their own hands.

Women at the airport, including 13 Australians, were removed from flights, arrested and forced to undergo an inspection in an ambulance on the tarmac.

The Qatari authorities forced the women to take off their underwear.

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It is believed that the 13 Australian women had their genitals examined invasively without their consent.

No one was told about the deceased newborn before the strip hunt began.

7News was told that the incident has now become a serious government-to-government matter.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has formally complained to the Qatari authorities.

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