Pilot Forced to Make Emergency Landing Due to Flatulent Passenger

21 February, 2018, 03:28 | Author: Elaine Woods
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When the passenger refused to control the farting, a fight broke out and crew had to stop them.

A police official, in conversation with global media had affirmed that the turmoil was centered around a passenger who was suffering from wind and was not willing to pin down, which brought severe discomfort to the young Dutchmen seated beside him.

The captain of the budget airline flight was forced to land the plane early after passengers attacked the elderly man who refused to check his flatulence, De Telegraaf reported. Growing more and more upset, the passengers then engaged in an altercation with the other passenger.

Though the pilot warned the passengers to stop, the fight continued, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing at Vienna Airport.

Police also removed two sisters from the same row of seats, who were heard using abusive language and misbehaving as well.

The two women who were removed however, are not willing to give in that easy.

All four people reportedly shared Dutch and Moroccan ancestry, but the two women claim they were simply sitting in the same row as the men involved with the incident.

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All four were given lifetime bans from Transavia Airlines and the airline is investigating whether they can be charged the cost of the unexpected stopover.

Moral of the story: even a little gas isn't worth getting you kicked off a flight. However, no arrests were made since none of the detained passengers had broken any Austrian laws.

The women, sisters returning from a vacation in Dubai, are pressing charges against the airline.

"They did not do anything to justify the weird behaviour of the Transavia crew".

Understandably, the two Dutchman sitting next to the gassy passenger requested the crew on flight HV6902 do something. "When passengers pose risks, they immediately intervene", Transavia said in a statement, according to Fox News.

"All I will say is that the crew were really provocative and stirred things up", she added. Our people are trained for that.

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