Andy Cohen regrets Delta flight U-turn across the broken toilet on Instagram

The Bravo TV presenter took to Instagram to share the story.


Andy Cohen, who never shies away from speaking his mind, took on Instagram to detail the saga are France-bound Delta flight to make a U-turn almost halfway through the journey and return to New York City by “outside of functioning toilets.”

On Aug. 14, the Bravo TV host was on board of Flight 412 en route to the city of Nice.

Three and a half hours in the trans-atlantic journey, the pilots made a U-turn back to the united States after its toilets became “inoperative.”

(Andy Cohen/Instagram Stories)

Three and a half hours in the trans-atlantic journey, the pilots made a U-turn back to the united States after its toilets became “inoperative”, a Delta rep confirmed to Fox News.

According to The Daily Mail, the captain decided to turn the plane around the Delta more staff available in the U.S. to fix the problem. According to Cohen, a passenger on board apparently broke the plane toilets.

Have you ever taken a u-turn in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean? With @Delta, you can experience the joys of a 9 hour tour to nowhere and back. And then you get to wait another day to try again!

— Wes Lowenfeld (@WesLowenfeld) August 15, 2018


“How is this? We were two hours outside of Europe, someone pooped or put something in the toilet that it is not going and broke the toilets. We had to solve with f—— toilet,” the 50-year-old Cohen wrote on Instagram Stories to his 2.6 million followers, People reported.

“The person in the Delta flight to Nice, which is a foreign object in the toilet … tell me who you are, because we’re going to find you … I think they should sacrifice themselves at the beginning of the flight,” he added.

A day later, Cohen and his companion finally made it.

(Andy Cohen/Instagram Stories)

Touching down at JFK Airport, the flight was scheduled for the following day. Cohen and his friend Bruce Bozzi on board again, and the flight was to land in France without problem.


Representatives for Delta returned to Fox News’ request for comment on the story with the following statement:

“Delta apologizes to our customers for the inconvenience after the Delta flight 412 to Nice, France returned to John F. Kennedy International Airport after the crew received an indication that the toilets were out of action,” a spokesman confirmed. “The flight landed without incident and the plane went to the gate for maintenance and inspection.”

“Customers are again placed on an alternative flight and were offered with a gesture of service recovery for the disruption of their trip.”

Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak

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