Jake Havechek: Must have been one hell of a fart.
Walker: Fakes news. They said that wasn't the cause.Ross Feinstein, a spokesman for the airline, released a statement that said in part:"We did have an aircraft from Charlotte to RDU this afternoon, that landed at 2:19 p.m. ET, and arrived the gate at 2:21 p.m. ET, that is currently out of service for an actual mechanical issue - and odor in the cabin. But It is not due to "passed gas" as mentioned."
baronbloodbath: Authorities investigated the incident and determined that one of the passengers had "passed gas," the news station reported. Officials said later that it was a "medical call."Sounds more like they passed a small intestine.
Technoir: CSB: i dunno what my wife ate this weekend, but about 2 minutes before my alarm went off this morning, she dropped a gas bomb. I only noticed because our 3 cats BOLTED from the bed and out the bedroom door. Then, the stench penetrated my CPAP mask and shocked me fully awake. It was vile and horrendous.
Egalitarian: Wasn't there a story about a guy who consumed a pesticide and then went on a plane and had pesticide-laden fart gas? Which forced the pilot to abort the flight. Just googled it but couldn't find it.
IT WAS ME, AMERICAN AIRLINES! IT WAS ME ALL ALONG!
BalugaJoe: It stinks.
YabbaDabbaDouchebag: Ever had the other poker players at the table threaten to hold you down and shove a sock filled with baking soda up yer a$$?/just that one time//that was enough
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