Disgusting: Delta flight from Atlanta to Barcelona was forced to turnaround after passenger ‘had diarrhea all the way through the plane’
Over the weekend, a Delta flight from Atlanta to Barcelona was forced to turn around and make an emergency landing after a passenger “had diarrhea all the way through the plane.”
A Delta flight from Atlanta to Barcelona was forced to turn around and make an emergency landing after a passenger “had diarrhea all the way through the plane
The Airbus A350 aircraft was two hours into a transatlantic flight from Georgia to Spain on Friday when the pilot asked to come back because of the fecal fiasco.
An alleged Federal Aviation Authority flight strip was posted on Reddit, which appeared to confirm the situation involved “biohazard” all over the plane. Cleaning crews were able to scrub down the aircraft once it landed in Atlanta since flight records show it was used for another flight. – NY Post
I really don’t even know where to begin. I’m beyond disgusted.
This passenger is so fucking lucky that their name hasn’t been released. There’s literally no coming back from an incident like this. You immediately become the diarrhea person from the Delta Airlines plane. It will stick with you for the rest of your life, just like the smell inside that airplane.
Side Note: If this was an actual medical condition, I am sorry for making light of the situation (not really) but you simply can’t put yourself in any type of scenario where you have diarrhea all over a plane.
I honestly don’t even know what happened here.
What does it mean that “biohazard” was “all over the plane”?
Listen, I understand that in some situations, your stomach is just completely fucked and it’s hard to control what’s coming out of you. However, in no way, shape, or form, can you allow yourself to diarrhea in your seat and have it run all down the aisle-ways of an airplane.
At some point you have to get up and make yourself at home in the bathroom for the rest of the flight, assuming you were dumb enough to even board a plane when you’re shitting your brains out. Maybe the passenger attempted to do that and ran into a line, causing them to just blow a gasket in the aisle?
I honestly couldn’t even imagine the horror of being on that plane and clearly, I’m having trouble of making sense of how it even happened in the first place.
Check out the conversation that the pilot had with air traffic control.
Shoutout to the crew members that had to “scrub down” the plane once it landed back in Atlanta and shame on Delta for immediately turning around and using the plane for other flights. That flying machine should have been lit on fire. Period.
As for the passengers…
Can you imagine getting on a plane and knocking back a nice “sleep cocktail” thinking you’re taking a relaxing flight over the ocean, only to come out of your drug coma and find out that you’re back in Atlanta in a plane that’s covered in another passenger’s diarrhea?
“Our teams worked as quickly and safely as possible to thoroughly clean the airplane and get our customers to their final destination,” a Delta spokesperson said. “We sincerely apologize to our customers for the delay and inconvenience to their travel plans.”
Thanks to the passengers? What did they do?
I’m not even sure what I would do at that point, but boarding another plane would be a very tough decision. Hopefully, Delta Airlines got a new plane and flights booked for the price of…on the house for the inconvenience.
Again, anyone who had to clean that plane should be given a raise and paid overtime for their efforts.
Typically, I’m writing posts about fights in airports or other bizarre activities on airplanes across America. Biohazard diarrhea is certainly a first and hopefully, it will also be the last time we ever have to write about this type of situation.
Stay safe out there. Christ.