A plane was forced to land after a fight broke out about a man who allegedly refused to stop breaking the wind on board of the aircraft.
A pilot made an emergency landing after a fight broke out over a passenger who allegedly refused to stop passing gas.
Two players sit next to the flatulent passenger allegedly asked the man to stop, but he refused and kept breaking wind on board the Transavia Airlines flight from Dubai to Amsterdam Schiphol.
The budget airline crew allegedly do not help the passengers after their complaints, Metro reports, which leads to a fight between the men. Despite a warning from the pilot, the twist continued and forced the plane to be diverted to the Airport of Vienna, where he made an emergency landing.
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Police on board the plane once landed and removed two women and two men, the pilot reported “passengers on the rampage,” Metro reports.
The women, who are sisters, that were removed from the flight are now taking the airline to court and she says that they were not involved in the alternation. Nora Lacchab, a 25-year-old student in the rights, called the removal “humiliating.”
“We had no idea who these guys were, we just had the bad luck to be in the same row, and we did nothing. All I will say is that the crew were very provocative and stirred,” Lacchab told The Telegraph.
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All four passengers were released from the police, without being charged. However, all are forbidden to fly Transavia Airlines in the future.
“Our crew must ensure a safe flight. When the passengers of risks, they immediately take action. Our people are trained for. They know very well where the boundaries are. Transavia is therefore squarely behind the cabin crew and pilots,” the plane said in a statement.