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Delta Flight Diverts Hundreds of Miles… for Bathroom Break

Delta Flight Diverts Hundreds of Miles… for Bathroom Break

Delta Flight Diverts Hundreds of Miles… for Bathroom Break

A direct Delta flight from New York City to Seattle was forced to make an unplanned stop in Billings, Montana — for an emergency bathroom break.

While enroute, the Boeing 757’s toilets “ceased functioning, with passengers queuing up and indicating they needed to visit the toilet,” according to a Delta incident report. “All toilets were full and passengers needed to ‘go really bad.”

Passengers were in such an emergency that the plane had to taxi to a cargo area to let passengers out via a stairway to “disembark to find relief of built-up pressures” when a gate was not immediately available.

To read more on this story, go to The Billngs Gazette.

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