By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:06 GMT, 19 November 2020 | Updated: 04:06 GMT, 19 November 2020
An Australian woman who was strip-searched at Doha airport after a premature baby was found in a bin has spoken about the moment she was asked to pull down her underwear.
The young victim was one of 18 women, including 13 Australians, forced to undergo an invasive medical exam in Qatar on October 2.
She had already boarded her flight to Sydney when officials ushered off the plane and into an ambulance on the tarmac.
'Police officers were coming on the plane. They had guns,' the women told 60 Minutes in a sneak peak video.
A number of medical professionals cradle the baby (pictured) which was found at the Hamad International Airport, prompting an invasive strip search
The woman, who wished to remain anoynmous, was reduced to tears as she recalled the moment she was invasively examined.
'She goes: ''We need to remove your underwear''. Why, like why?' the woman said.
The young traveller, who was returning to Australia with her husband after living in London for three years, said she was immediately worried about the ramifications.
'I was worried if I said no, what's going to happen to me in this country?' she said.
'I remember laying there thinking, ''This