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A passenger pooped on the floor of the economy class cabin in a British Airways flight from London Heathrow

SHOCKING: A passenger defecated on the floor of the galley after stripping off from the waist down upon boarding.

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Due to a customer who defecated on the floor and “smeared” it on the seats, a British Airways flight to Lagos, Nigeria, was delayed. A passenger defecated on the floor of the galley after stripping off from the waist down upon boarding. He sat in it and smeared it on the aisle carpets and the galley floor, witnesses told The Sun after the incident on October 7th.

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The trip takes an even more disturbing turn when the man starts to lotion his body with his own faeces as if the passengers couldn’t imagine their flying experience becoming much worse. He keeps smearing his faeces into the carpet and on the seats of the aircraft, shocking both the crew and the passengers. Crew members immediately started calling emergency services to have the man removed from the aircraft after becoming horrified by what they saw.

As soon as he walked, he began to sprint up the aisle toward Door 4. As he travelled, he covered the door seats and his arms in faeces to the elbow, they added. In accordance with the study, authorities formally referred to the incident as a “hygienic biohazard.”

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“The carpets and curtains were badly contaminated. It is crucial that a thorough biohazard clean-up is done in a hygienic manner, under competent supervision, and with approval.

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The Boeing 777-336 jet was taken out of service and cleaned during the three-hour delay of flight BA075.
British Airways informed the Sun that it has “apologized to our passengers for the delay to their trip and arranged for an alternative aircraft to allow them to continue their journey.”

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