Written by Buck E Filbert
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Saturday, 24 February 2007

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Plane had more gas than it needed

Los Angeles International Airport. Paramedics were called in to survey a bizarre event that happened aboard one of the international flight arrivals.

On a non-stop international flight from Sydney Australia to Los Angeles passengers were being accosted by a fowl smell in the pressurized cabin.

Many aboard the plane complained to flight attendants that the stench was unbearable. The crew then scoured the plane for the source of the offensive odor and narrowed it down to an obese lady in the back of the plane.

The crew discretely asked the large lady to go to the restroom to relieve herself and possibly expel some of the excess gas. At this point the lady denied being responsible for the odor and stayed in her seat.

The passengers after hearing her denial cooked up a plot to quarantine the woman for the duration of the flight.

First someone spiked her food with fast acting Ex Lax while someone else super glued the toilet seat.

When the laxative did it's job the offending passenger went to the restroom and became bonded to the toilet. She virtually became imprisoned for the duration.

Paramedics have a solution that breaks down the bond created by super glues, the woman was extricated from her temporary jail. It's not clear if any laws were broken and the passengers were not admitting to who participated in the act.

Seems the rest of the flight was uneventful and pleasant.

From the desk of
Buck E Filbert
Feb 24 2007

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