So things are just so bad you hope they aren’t true. Imagine getting on the plane and this is your travel story:
A British Airways passenger completely loses it as he unloaded his bowels on the plane’s floor and proceeded to smear it all over himself in front of his fellow passengers.
Did this really happen?
Yes, you read that correctly. Right before take off at the highly trafficked London’s Heathrow Airport, a man flying to Nigeria, drops his pants and defecates dead center of the aircraft’s economy class cabin. When passengers couldn’t imagine their travel story to get any worse, the flight takes an even more disturbing turn when the man begins to lotion his body with his own feces. Shocking both the staff and the passengers, he continues to smear his feces into the carpet and on the seats of the plane. Terrified by what they were witnessing, crew members promptly began to notify emergency officials to remove the man off the plane.
The nasty details:
“During boarding, a passenger stripped from the waist down and defecated on the galley floor. He sat in it and rubbed it onto the galley floor and aisle carpets,” the witnesses’ told The Sun following the incident that took place October 7th.
“He walked in it and started running up the aisle as far as Door 4. He smeared his arms to elbow in fecal matter, and door seats as he went,” they continued.
Authorities officially called the incident a “hygienic biohazard,” according to the report.
“The curtains and carpets were severely contaminated. Very important that a hygienic biohazard and deep clean is carried out and properly supervised and signed off,” it states.
Were passengers compensated?
I know what you’re thinking – the trauma these passengers experience deserves the ultimate compensation from British Airways. Well, British Airways had this to say, “We apologized to our customers for the delay to their flight and arranged for an alternative aircraft to allow them to continue their journey,” as reported by The Sun.