DIARRHEA ALL OVER DELTA FLIGHT AS BIOHAZARD FORCED PLANE TO TURN BACK FOR DEEP CLEANING
I used to fly fairly frequently, usually a round trip international flight every 10 days to 2 weeks. I did this for nearly two years, and somehow it got to feel normal. But several other things also came to feel normal. Such as delays for a myriad of reasons, lost luggage, and almost always the stress of getting to the airport on-time. Somehow, that last always seemed to be present and a bear to be borne every time. But as for delays, I saw them from weather, technical difficulties, missing flight crew, even a wayward pet one time. It all became normal. Bur fortunately for me, I never had a flight delay, cancellation or turn-around from pervasive, explosive diarrhea. But that just happened on a Delta flight!
JUST IMAGINE (MAYBE COVID) DIARRHEA BIOHAZARD ALL OVER YOUR CLOSED AIR SYSTEM FLIGHT OVERSEAS
It happened this past, last Summer long weekend. A Delta Air Lines flight heading to Barcelona from Atlanta, Georgia, ran into some not very friendly skies trouble. The plane had only been in the air for about two hours and was flying over Virginia when calamity struck. And by struck, I mean the shit was veritably flying everywhere. As in, one passenger had a bad, BAD case of diarrhea which exposed the whole plane to biohazard waste. The details are scant, but I can only imagine a trail of going up a ladder and you hear a big splatter from one end to the other. And hey, isn’t the idea of diarrhea all everywhere in a closed airspace your idea of safe air travel?
SOMEHOW, DELTA PLANE WAS CLEANED OF DIARRHEA BIOHAZARD IN ONLY 8 HOURS FOR LIFTOFF
Well, evidently Delta thought not, as they told the pilot while the flight was still over Virginia to turn around and head back to Atlanta. Once back, the passengers disembarked and waited as Delta cleaned -which really means sanitized- the whole plane and found a new crew to continue on to Barcelona. And somehow, all the passengers (minus, I’m assuming, one in particular) finally took off 8 hours later for Barcelona at 2:57 AM that same night, if a different day. Diarrhea is always a bad thing to have or be around. But as it’s a very common symptom of Covid these days, it’s even more of a biohazard.