in flagrante delicto


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in flagrante delicto

‘while the crime is flagrant’; colloquially, ‘caught in the act’.
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As Khamis catches his wife in flagrante delicto and as he resolves to kill her, his thoughts and actions seem somehow unreal.
Meanwhile, it would be useful to remember that it was Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Pakistan who feigned ignorance when his Army Chief was caught In Flagrante Delicto on the Kargil heights even as this worthy Prime Minister hosted Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Lahore in 1999.
Siegel happened to be in flagrante delicto with Charlie's mother's when she died.
The only exceptions are cases of in flagrante delicto, the directive said.
She returns home to find her husband Leif (Kim Bodnia) in flagrante delicto with Tilde (Christiane Schaumburg-Muller).
Catherine did not object till she caught the two in flagrante delicto.
She returns home from a check up to find her oafish husband Leif (Kim Bodnia) in flagrante delicto with blonde accountant Tilde (Christiane Schaumburg-Muller).
During the search and investigation operation, the police officers suspected a group of people; placed them under surveillance; and finally managed to arrest them in flagrante delicto.
And certainly wouldn't have enjoyed diverting accounts of that Los Angles night when actor Hugh Grant (who wants news leaked in press releases) was arrested in flagrante delicto with a hooker on a highway.
During the inspection, the accused persons were seized in flagrante delicto while changing the dates of foodstuff, including different kinds of sweets in huge quantities reaching 1.
Being caught in flagrante delicto exposed 11 percent of those cheating, while 5 percent had their affair reported by a friend and 3 percent by a family member.
Colleagues of one employee of a southern course are apparently flummoxed she still has a job after she was caught in flagrante delicto with a corporate guest.