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Most strange about the reports filed by Indian and Nigerian intelligence agencies about these aircraft, other than the armaments they were carrying, were their waste disposal systems that these reports say could hold in excess of 45,000 kg (100,000 pounds) and from which a “technologically sophisticated” network of nano-pipes led to the trailing edges of the wings and horizontal stabilizers for “dispersing” the contents of the waste tanks in an “aerial-type mist”.
The story is actually based on some real incidents, but with none of the the added details about "nano-pipes" or any kind of spraying. The plane in India was simply a Ukrainian cargo plane on it's way from Diego Garcia Island to Afghanistan, when it accidentally strayed into Indian air space, and was forced to land: