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Man soils plane bathrooms, diverting flight to Alaska

06 January 2018, 01:48 | Camille Rivera

A United Airlines flight was diverted after a man spread faeces in two lavatories

A United Airlines flight was diverted after a man spread faeces in two lavatories

A United Airlines flight was diverted on Thursday after a passenger spread poop all over the plane's bathrooms.

"We received a report of a passenger who had messed up the bathrooms with his own faeces", Anchorage Airport Police Lieutenant Joe Gamache said.

On Friday, Jam 5, 2018 United Airlines flight 895 destined for Hong Kong landed at Ted Stevens International Airport in Anchorage, Alaska about 4:50 p.m. Alaska Standard Time.

In a statement, United said the unlucky passengers were put up in hotels and that the airline would be working to get them to their destinations as soon as possible.

The plane was forced to divert to Anchorage, and the flight to Hong Kong was ultimately canceled due to "operational difficulties" in the plane, KTUU added.

Although the plane was met by both Federal Bureau of Investigation and airport authorities after landing in Anchorage, the man was not charged with a crime.

United Airlines has since released a statement confirming that it is now working to get passengers to their intended destination.

No charges were filed against the man, airport police told CBS affiliate KTVA, but he was taken to Providence Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.



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