RALEIGH, North Carolina: All passenger on board an American Airlines plane were forced to leave the jet after someone "passed gas". The flight landed at the airport around 4 pm, and, after all the commuters were taken off the flight, an investigation followed.
An airport spokesperson originally told WNCN the odor was caused by a passenger who "passed gas".
The station reported Sunday that the passengers were removed after experiencing nausea and headaches from the noxious fumes.
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The International Business Times reported the sick man "broke wind so violently it caused nausea and headaches among his fellow passengers", citing a USA airport official as its source.
"We did have an aircraft from Charlotte to RDU this afternoon that is now out of service for an actual mechanical issue - and odor in the cabin".
Officials refused to identify any more details about the flight or where it was heading to.
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In January 2016, a passenger passed a note to a flight attendant suggesting an announcement inquiring about the health of a fellow traveler, The Telegraph reported. An American Airlines spokesman later refuted the report of a passenger passing gas, saying the odor came from a mechanical issue on the aircraft.
Authorities investigated the incident and determined that one of the passengers had "passed gas".
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