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New low in air travel Flight diverted because of a man smearing feces

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posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 11:08 PM
Nothing worse than being ill on a flight, but this kind of thing sounds like a dirty protest from a very sick brained person.

They should have locked him in their until the end of the journey then barrel rolled the aircraft!

posted on Jan, 6 2018 @ 11:17 PM
a reply to: FredT

So Why didn't the Rest of the Passengers on that Flight Beat the Crap Out of that Guy and Throw his Ahass in Baggage Until they Landed ? Geez , What is Air Travel Coming to Nowadays ?...)
edit on 6-1-2018 by Zanti Misfit because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 7 2018 @ 01:28 AM

originally posted by: FredT
I am continually amazed and horrified by the new lows we keep seeing in air travel. Its basically become a flying cattle car where ever form of bad behavior is being seen. Its tough for many of us as growing up flying in the 70's it was a whole different mind set. It was a privilege to fly, we dressed up, we acted like humans etc.

Now a plane flying from Chicago to Hong Kong has had to divert because some fool decided that he would smear his feces all over the bathrooms. Not only that he took off his shirt and tried to jam one of the lavatories.

Perhaps its time to intact some serious penalties for this kind of stuff above and beyond what they have on the books now etc.

We need a no fly list for these idiots

We also perhaps need some sort of cert of mental stability before anybody boards. ddf919d5

Perhaps that will fix the problem, perhaps not. Perhaps the problem is bigger and more complex than that.

There is now about 10 times more people flying in aricraft now and while this risk exists it has a very low likelyhood.

Do you really want them to set up mental health and mind reading technology and require everyone to have a blood sample taken and instally analysed at all boarding points to ensure such people dont fly?

The solution is easy. Put the bloke in the toilet and lock him in, sedate him so he sleeps until the plane has landed and then let the cops of physco's take care of him after that.

If another air line chooses to carry him again well, they took his money didin't they?

I'll take a stab at this and say this kinda thing would occur in about 1 in ....... say ....... 20,000,000 passengers. How many years ago did the last such event occur?

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