CAN FARTS SUFFOCATE YOU? IF SO, HOW?
Be careful of farts on a plane, they may make you suffocate. Which is exactly what began to happen to passengers traveling from Dubai to Amsterdam. One passenger wouldn’t stop farting and others were losing their minds. But it seemed like the farting passenger was losing his bowels. And the flight’s wind was cut short, with an emergency landing because they were sick of someone cutting the cheese. But all this flatulence got a little grosser with the subject of discrimination. It didn’t come out well. It didn’t sit well, either.
FLATULENCE NEVER KILLED ANYONE, BUT FLATULENCE KILLS IT
The flatulent man kept the cabin very gassy and other passengers complained to the cabin crew. Many of the passengers were really upset. But they did nothing. It is unclear what they could have done as extra butt plugs are not usually available for such flights or such use. Two particular passengers were the most upset (as they sat nearest to the farting man) but the captain issued them a warning, as they were exhibiting aggressive behavior. But apparently not as aggressive as the farts this farting man was making. They were so upset a fight broke out on the plane and the plane was forced to land in Vienna. It was a gas.
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EMERGENCY LANDING KICKS EVERYONE OFF BUT THE FARTING MAN
The pilots who made the forced landing expelled the complaining men, as well as two other women sitting next to the flatulent man. But they didn’t actually remove the farting man. He remained. With a row cleared on either side of him. Perhaps this was his plan all along. The two women claimed they had nothing to do with the drama. They just happened to be sitting there. So they are suing the Dutch Airline for discrimination. All the people the airline threw off the plane share Dutch Moroccan ancestry. One of the women said, “We distanced ourselves from that. Do they sometimes think that all Moroccans cause problems”?
FLIGHT ATTENDANTS KNOW THE GOOD FARTS FROM THE BAD FARTS, SO DON’T MAKE THE BAD FARTS TOO GOOD
The same women explained that they didn’t know who those boys were and that it was simply bad luck that they were in the same row as them. They also said that the crew really made things much worse. The airline Transavia shared that their flight attendants are there to ensure that the passengers have a safe flight and are trained in situations that reflect a disturbance. But did they truly kick off the right disturbance? Did the airline train them in farts or how to handle farting men? This is what happens when the turbulence is on board. It’s a really crappy flight.