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Monday, December 18, 2006

Burning Flatulence Causes Emergency Landing... On a Void Moon

The moon was void from 5:13am (PST) on December 6th through December 8th at 3:52am (PST). On December 7th, a plane landed prematurely when a burning smell was noticed by some passengers.

Can you imagine all the plans that people made for being picked up upon their arrival, or where they were staying, the meeting the following day or any of the plans we make when traveling? Well, since the plane had to be diverted, all those plans had to be postponed while passengers were disembarked and a dog sniffed the plane for signs of explosives. Explosives zero. Safety matches YES.

I have been on a plane from New York to California where just about everything went wrong on the flight. A man had a heart attack (emergency landing). A case fell from the overhead onto the head of the man next to me, who jumped across the seat in front of us to beat the person up who forced his case into the overhead (seat reassignments and minor triage). A second emergency landing in Denver (during a blizzard) to arrest a couple who kept smoking pot in the bathroom. To top it off, as we were landing in San Francisco, a woman began to give birth. At that time, I had never heard of a void moon or the moon being void of course. I looked it up later as I kept a very detailed diary of the events of my trip. Guess what? The moon was void. It was also void when the flight was booked.

However, in all my travels, I have never encountered anything like this story!

Here is the Wiki News Article, followed by other accounts:

"An American Airlines flight from Washington to Dallas was forced to land in Nashville after a Dallas woman lit her flatulence to disguise its odour; several passengers noticed a suspicious smell.

"The Dallas woman, who had ignited her fart in the lavatory, had not been forthcoming about the burning smell noticed by other passengers. All passengers and crew were disembarked while the plane and luggage were searched.

"A bomb sniffing dog located her spent matches and the woman admitted to lighting her fart to disguise odor after a "lengthy questioning" by the FBI. She said her flatulence was caused by a medical condition.

"A spokeswoman for Nashville airport said "Since there was no malice involved and the incident was accidental, she was not charged with anything."

"After the flight resumed, the woman was not allowed back on the plane."

Read more:
  • BBC News: Flatulence leads US jet to divert
  • CNN: Flatulence on plane sparks emergency landing

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    At 2:07 PM, Blogger Michele said...

    I am not sure who I felt more sorry for the women with the medical condition or the people on the plane, but I have to say this was quit amauseing. Keep up the awsome blogs, I always look forward to them..

    At 2:23 PM, Blogger Velvet Blade said...

    Michele -

    Thanks so much. This story is the case where someone's odd ball embarrassment ends up becoming national news.


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