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An global flight was completely ruined because one passenger didn't stop farting

An global flight was completely ruined because one passenger didn't stop farting

Two men who were sitting next to the person in question asked the man to control the passing of wind, which has been going on for some time, according to the reports.

The Daily Mail, quoting local newspaper De Telegraaf, reports that a Transavia Airlines flight made the unscheduled stop in Austria after two Dutch men objected to a flatulent co-passenger.

Moreover, the airline's spokesman told local media that the four people who were escorted off the plane have been banned from flying on Tansavia, adding, that the women were also guilty of misbehaviour and verbal abuse.

But the flight crew were less than sympathetic and when the man allegedly continued to break wind without any attempt to hold back, a bust-up started.

This soon resulted in a heated argument as passengers began complaining and eventually a fight broke out.

The fellow passenger even complained to the flight crew and requested the man to stop farting.

Tempers raged on the flight and the pilot reported "passengers on the rampage", after making the decision to land the plane.

Shout out to the passengers onboard this flight who had to bare witness to this.

Two women in the same row as the. erm, "gas dispenser" were also kicked off, with passenger Nora Lachhab telling De Telegraaf: "The unusual thing is that we also had to leave the aircraft, while we did not know these guys at all". However, no arrests were made since none of the detained passengers had broken any Austrian laws.

"It was insane that we were included, we had no idea who these boys were, we just had the bad luck to be in the same row and we didn't do anything", reports the Daily Mail.

The two Dutchmen chose to complain to Transavia Airlines Crew, [VIDEO]but unfortunately, they were not able to contain the situation. "All I will say is that the crew were really provocative and stirred things up".

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