Things are getting a bit freakish on flights nowadays, and people cannot get over this.
Reports Sunday that a passenger "passed gas" and forced a plane to be evacuated at Raleigh-Durham International Airport are untrue, according to American Airlines. On July 16, one of the passengers passed gas in the aeroplane due to which everyone started getting nausea and headaches.
Some complained of headaches and nausea.
The airport did not identify where the plane was from or its destination or what type of aircraft was involved.
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The lack of further information left a number of questions unanswered, including whether the man had boarded the plane in an unwell state or if he became "gassy" mid-flight.
Officials said after the incident was investigated, they determined that a passenger "passed gas" on the flight.
"We did have an aircraft from Charlotte to RDU this afternoon that is now out of service for an actual mechanical issue - and odor in the cabin". The airport later said the incident was a "medical call", while American Airlines said there was a "mechanical issue". "But it is not due to "passed gas" as mentioned," airline spokesman Ross Feinstein said.