misanthropologist: And people complain about babies on planes... how about complaining about ignorant parents who would dump a shiatty diaper in an airplane toilet. Way to be prepared, asshole.
semiotix: The "cattle car to nowhere" quote really takes this over the line into farkworthiness, which is why it's a shame it only happened in submitter's imagination.
Combustion: misanthropologist: And people complain about babies on planes... how about complaining about ignorant parents who would dump a shiatty diaper in an airplane toilet. Way to be prepared, asshole.Protip: When we're biatching about your kids; we actually mean YOU.
tripleseven: Trying to wrap my head around the thought process of the moron who thinks flushing diapers is OK. Let alone in a normal toilet.
Beerguy: United Airlines say a "blockage in the lavatory" -- which a passenger identified as a soiled diaper -- caused a "Phoenix-to-Cleveland flight" -- which a flight attendant described as a cattle car to nowhere -- to be canceled.That sure is a long way to say, "NOPE!"
LemSkroob: This is why children should not be allowed on planes.In any public place, for that matter, but lets start with planes.
John the Magnificent: I blame deregulation of the airline industry. In the old days these people would have been on a bus, where the belonged. Or at least at home in their trailers watching Jerry Springer. Instead they are on airplanes, screwing up the experience for the rest of us.
John the Magnificent: I blame deregulation of the airline industry. In the old days these people would have been on a bus, where the belonged.
blindio: To be fair to parents, I don't recall seeing anywhere in the article that identified it specifically as a child's diaper. Thanks Grandpa, now we don't have to go to Cleveland!
itsaidwhat: First time I ever made an upgrade to first class, the lady sitting next to me spilled a bottle of Jack Daniels whiskey on herself and an old fellow came back from the toilet with poo all down his back. I don't know how he did it but it was a mess.The smell was awful and it filled the entire first class air. I was the first passenger in first to bail into economy class.After I bailed, EVERYONE else in first class rolled out behind me. Each one of them bust out laughing as they came thru the curtain to "first class".The shining stars in this event were the two flight attendants. Not only did they see the old fellow walking "poo-marked" down the aisle but managed to throw a towel over his seat before he could sit back down into it. After it all, one of the attendants leaned over to me and whispered "Some people think this job is glamorous, but I've seen that before and much much worse."
Tyrosine: tripleseven: Trying to wrap my head around the thought process of the moron who thinks flushing diapers is OK. Let alone in a normal toilet.It's actually fairly common, just ask any plumber. I've had a few tenants do it and look at me with doe-eyed bewilderment when I charged them for the repairs. Same applies to "feminine hygiene" products as well.
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