That is an interesting assertion, Linda, and one I should look into did I not have it on rather good authority that Penelope did indeed depart on an airplane from Heathrow Airport in the company of one Arturo (etc, etc, ad infinitum) Espinoza. She appears to have gone willingly. In fact, I rather doubt that anyone could compell her to get on an airplane unwillingly, knowing Penelope.
I think she has lost her head over the fellow. English women are sometimes taken in by the superficial gloss and exotic accents of these Mediterranean types.
I'm not sure if I should follow or simply wait for her to come to her senses. I'm mulling it over.
Nigel - Sorry, old chap, but I think she's fallen for the Dagoe. We shall have to proceed cautiously. Penelope can be very stubborn, as I think you know. Rather than any direct confrontations I would advise discreet surveillance at this point.
Their flight went to Paris, by the way, not Spain.