Airline Passengers in Denver Are Stranded on the Airport Loading Ramp Ladder for Three Hours

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 31 July 2020

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34 passengers spent over three hours stranded on the airport loading ramp.

DENVER – (Spoof News) - American Airlines has apologized to 34 passengers who were left stranded on a John and Bob Denver International Airport loading ramp ladder for a little over three hours.

The passengers were apparently told to board the ramp ladder, but soon learned that the plane’s carburetor and seven of the tires needed to be changed.

The airline company stated that the passengers had to remain on the loading ramp ladder because of a bomb threat that had been called in to the airport.

One passenger said that he needed to pee, and he was told by a ticket agent to simply hold it until the plane pulls up.

A frantic pregnant woman said that she was due in about four hours, and informed an airline employee that her water had broken. She was told to please try and lower the volume of her screaming.

Some of the passengers decided to pass the time by counting from one to a million by threes.

The plane finally showed up, and, after boarding, all 34 passengers were given free complimentary peanuts, pretzels, and parsley.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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