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Woman arrested in South Carolina airport after attacking husband over ‘indecent’ photos on his phone: police

A woman traveling in South Carolina has been arrested for physically attacking her husband after she found explicit photos on his phone at the airport.

Paula Barber, 55, has been charged with third-degree domestic violence after police said she kicked her husband in the leg twice during an argument at Charleston International Airport. WCSC-TV reported.

Police say they responded to an “active domestic dispute” call at Guest Services around 2:50 pm on Dec. 21.

According to police reports, the altercation began after Barber saw lewd photos on her husband’s phone.

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Paula Barber, 55, has been charged with one count of third-degree domestic violence.

Paula Barber, 55, has been charged with one count of third-degree domestic violence.
(Al Cannon Detention Center)

“The suspect said he just wanted to get home away from the victim,” the incident report said.

The husband and wife were reportedly traveling to South Carolina on vacation.

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Charleston International Airport

Charleston International Airport
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Airport police denied the husband was kicked by Barber, but surveillance video showed he was kicked twice, in addition to trying to hit him in the face by throwing his cell phone.

Police said Barber was arrested after admitting to hitting her husband.

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Aerial view of historic Charleston, South Carolina

Aerial view of historic Charleston, South Carolina
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Barber was taken to Al Cannon Detention Center and released the next day on a bond of $5,237. According to prison records.