An air hostess has been arrested for allegedly attacking her husband, when finding him in the arms of another woman she flew into a rage.

Nicole Denison, 29, of Tampa Bay Florida returned home to discovered her husband, 34, "engaged in sexual intercourse" with an unnamed woman, according to a Pinellas County arrest affidavit unearthed by The Smoking Gun.

The police record noted that having given him a "black eye", Denison proceeded to destroy her cheating husband's possessions. Smashing an acoustic guitar the defendant, knocked down shelving and left a "gaping hole in the wall".

The flight attendant allegedly punched her husband of three years in the face, causing a black eye. Photo / Instagram
The flight attendant allegedly punched her husband of three years in the face, causing a black eye. Photo / Instagram

The damage to the property and injury to the husband was verified by Deputy William Short of the Pinellas County department, who indicated that alcohol could have played a factor in the defendant's response. However, whether the other woman's identity was known to Nicole Denison was not disclosed, neither was who had called the police.

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Denison was arrested on Wednesday, under the charge of domestic battery according to The Sun, she was released the following day awaiting a court appearance.


The Allegiant Airlines employee had reportedly returned home intending to surprise her husband who works as a bartender and fitness instructor, according to the Sun. However, Denison had not expected to be so shocked herself to discover her husband's tryst – which left her enraged and the flat trashed.

'I love you': The husband's social media account was full of glowing dedications to his wife. Photo / Instagram
'I love you': The husband's social media account was full of glowing dedications to his wife. Photo / Instagram

The Daily Mail

named Denison's husband as Mike Denison, whose social media was full of glowing praise for his wife. This included a photo collage on his Instagram account, depicting the couple in happier times with the caption "love you".

The couple have been married for three years and have two children.

A judge has allowed her to continue having contact with the victim.