Sunday, 22 April, 2018

Flight from Dubai Did Emergency Landing After Passenger's Excessive Flatulence

Plane forced to land after man refused to stop farting SG CEN SHOCKING Police were forced to board the plane
Nellie Chapman | 18 February, 2018, 17:43

Apparently, the two Dutchmen sitting next to him didn't take very well to his flatulence and asked him to stop, but the unashamed man was not put off and reportedly refused to hold back. The Daily Mail, quoting Dutch news outlet De Telegraaf, reported that two Dutchmen objected when a flatulent co-passenger seated next to them kept breaking wind loudly. The man refused and airline staff were alerted.

The man may possible have a medical condition or doing it on objective to irritate those around him but the smell of the wind was so bad that a fight reportedly broke out.

A low-priced Dutch airliner flying from Dubai to Amsterdam had to be diverted and was forced to make an emergency landing in Vienna after a fight between passengers broke out in mid-air. However, the passenger continued to fart despite several requests from passengers and the crew.

On landing, police then boarded the aircraft after reports about "passengers on the rampage" and four people were removed from the flight.

A police spokesman confirmed that the incident had begun by a passenger who, while he was farting, did not try to restrain himself, which offended two Dutch men.

It had been unclear whether the man's excessive flatulence was caused by a medical condition.

An unidentified older gentleman on a Transavia Airlines plane was forcibly removed from the aircraft after it made an unscheduled stop in Vienna, Austria.

A video of the passengers being removed was posted online on social media by Alfred Dekker. The police also escorted off the plane two sisters who were sitting in the same row as the men and later told that they had to bear the brunt even when they were not involved in any way.

They were not arrested because they had not broken any Austrian laws.

A spokesperson from Transavia said in a statement, "Our crew must ensure a safe flight".