Passengers taken off plane after someone 'passes gas'

Xavier Trudeau
Juillet 17, 2017

A lot can happen in a flight, and the Internet has enough proof of that. But if you think things can not get more freakish, then you are clearly wrong.

WNCN reported Sunday evening, "A person who "passed gas" on an American Airlines plane on Sunday afternoon forced all passengers off the jet, officials said". Yes, you read that right. The aeroplane had landed at Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), North Carolina, on 16 July at around 4pm when the man "passed gas" in the words of the official. The authorities, however, termed the decision as a "medical call" and refused to answer any further.

The flight landed at the airport around 4 p.m., when the incident was reported. The plane was not identified though it is understood to have been scheduled to land at RDU rather than being diverted as a result of the potent gust. All passengers were taken off the plane, and that's when it was determined that the passenger had "passed gas", according to an airport spokesperson.

Ross also released a statement in which he admitted that the aircraft was out of service and kept on saying that it was a technical snag.

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