Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Plane evacuated after passenger 'passed gas'

Plane evacuated after passenger 'passed gas'

The freakish and presumably strong-smelling incident was reported to have happened at the North Carolina airport on Sunday, with passengers complaining of nausea and headaches, according to WBTV.

The Sunday afternoon flight from Charlotte, NC, landed at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, where airport officials initially said a passenger "passed gas", WNCN reported.

Passengers on board an American Airlines flight on July 16 were forced to get off after one of them allegedly passed gas.

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It's not immediately clear from where the passenger jet had traveled.

American Airlines officials Sunday night said that a plane had an odor issue but denied it was because of "passed gas".

An airport official subsequently said it appeared a passenger had "passed gas". An updated statement from the airport referred to the incident a "medical call" after the planed deplaned "normally".

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The airport did not identify where the plane was from or its destination or what type of aircraft was involved.

"But if you can, you should say that whoever is farting in the areas of rows 10 to 12 should definitely see a doctor because they might have ass cancer".

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