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It's either something to be really proud of or really embarrassed from...

http://fox5sandiego.com/2017/0...s-off-at-nc-airport/

Person ‘passes gas’ on American Airlines plane, forces all passengers off at NC airport
POSTED 6:34 PM, JULY 16, 2017, BY FOX 5 DIGITAL

RALEIGH, N.C. – Somebody “passed gas” on an American Airlines plane, causing passengers to become sick and everyone had to be removed from the jet in North Carolina.

WNCN reported that the plane landed at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Sunday afternoon when the incident was reported.

People on the flight complained of headaches and nausea and had to be taken off the plane, FOX8 reported.

Authorities investigated the incident and determined that one of the passengers had “passed gas,” the news station reported. Officials said later that it was a “medical call.”

Raleigh-Durham International Airport has not identified the flight, where it was from or where it was headed.




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Knew I shouldn't have had Deviled Eggs and a warm Guinness for breakfast. Sorry.




 
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...with those kippers...


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I believe it's possible. Got bunked with our mess sergeant on a tdy and that man could send you running from the room leaving it uninhabitable. So bad it even woke me from a dead sleep a time or two.

Joe Harris where ever you are I hope you weren't the person on this plane. And please go see a doctor because your guts are rotting.



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That must have been some air biscut! Eek


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Chemical warfare?
 
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Crop dusting plane.
 
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Back in my Navy days the training command I was at had a 40' box trailer with double slide outs that had a pair of 5 ton A/C systems in it to keep the electronics cool. We would wear foul weather jackets during simulations because it was kept so cold.

We had a guy that could clear the entire training team out of the trailer.



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Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "What crawled up your ass and died?"


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I had a roommate in college whose farts could remove wallpaper.



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Undoubtedly the work of flight attendants. They even have a name for their oderiforus dirty work.
They break wind strolling up & down calling it "crop dusting". Innocent passengers engulfed in the fog.
 
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I had an employee that only ate meat, potatoes, gravy, and bread (i.e. no veggies, no fruit), and drank at least a 2 liter of A&W per day. The men's room was down a 10' long hall that teed off the main hallway, and it still wasn't safe to walk down the main hallway if he used the restroom.

Funny story from my college days. My pledge brother built a waist high platform in his room in the house where the tv and couch were on top of it, and the bed was under it (kind of like a cave). He got drunk on stroh's one night, and talked someone into driving him to White Castle. He went to bed in the "cave" and was awakened to his own horrendous Stroh's and White Castle farts.



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Wouldn't surprise me. We had a sitter for our kids and the neighbors a week ago. The sitter changed the neighbor's 2yr old old and put the poop diaper in the kitchen trash. It was hot outside so the air was on. When we arrived home the entire house smelled like shit. Upstairs and downstairs. Took about an hour to get rid of the smell.

Man, I almost forgot about the fun of dealing with diapers.
 
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American says the story is not true...

http://www.foxnews.com/travel/...-durham-airport.html



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That's just because there wasn't a dog around to blame it on.



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In the USAF, we called it "Dropping Chaff".

Try sitting in an altitude chamber with about 20 guys as the pressure is reduced. Intestinal gas expands and it is released en masse. So you're on oxygen as everyone is passing gas, then at "35,000 feet", you drop your mask to experience the effects of hypoxia. I don't know if I got light headed from the lack of oxygen or the combined gas of 20 guys.

https://www.faa.gov/pilots/tra...nterest/trapped_gas/

Another tidbit-the airflow goes from front to back in the cabin. Another reason to avoid the seats in the back.
 
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We were on a flight over the South China sea on a C141 when I was in the marines. It was stormy and the turbulence was pretty stiff. Someone let one rip and it was rank. Now a 141 is a pretty big plane. But, it was really nasty and there was no where to hide. So nasty the captain in charge of the bird came over the radio and asked for everyone to hold their "bodily functions"


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You know it's bad when you can't even stand your own....



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Its not just flatulence that can make air travel intolerable.

About 20 years ago, I was on a red eye from LA to DC. It was a packed flight. Not a single seat unoccupied.

I had to misfortune to be seated in a window seat next to a man who did not use antiperspirant or deodorant (I believe it was a religious observance of his particular fundamentalist beliefs). I'd also bet he bathed one a week at most.

I do not know how those in the row in front or behind, much less the person in the aisle seat withstood the olfactory hell from this person.

Suffice to say, I suffered for about an hour, then got up and stood in the galley the rest of the way to DC.

The cabin crew did not harass me at all, even allowing me to sit for short intervals on the fold down seats intended for crew. One even commented they were amazed I lasted an hour.



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