Emile Cilliers, accused of tampering with wife’s parachute, had organised a trip to Honduras with a woman he met on Tinder

An army sergeant accused of attempting to murder his wife by tampering with her parachute before a skydive has told a jury that he booked a holiday in central America with a secret lover a week before the alleged crime.

Emile Cilliers, of the Royal Army Physical Training Corps, was planning to fly to Honduras, Winchester crown court heard. He was to spend the trip with a woman he had met via a dating app during an army skiing expedition.

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