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Airplane passengers have revealed some of the worst things they have ever had to endure in an airplane

If you think a bad flight experience is a short delay or if you cannot place your bag directly above your seat, think again.

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What about being in an airplane experiencing such a horrible turbulence that & # 39; has surrendered 40 percent of the cabin & # 39; or has taken a flight involving an outbreak of food poisoning and passengers **** ** g itself & # 39; outside the toilets?

Those are two & # 39; worst flight experiences & # 39; revealed on a recent forum.

Airplane passengers have revealed some of the worst things they have ever had to endure in an airplane

Airplane passengers have revealed some of the worst things they have ever had to endure in an airplane

The discussion started on the American internet forum reddit when a user asked the question: & # 39; Travelers or Reddit, what was your worst flight experience and why? & # 39;

And Reddit user & # 39; Beneteau45f5 & # 39; was one of the first to answer, sharing his experiences with a flight from New York to Rio de Janeiro.

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He said: & Every meal they gave us made everyone sick. More than one person fucks his pants while waiting for the laundry room. & # 39;

While & # 39; Zappy Snap & # 39; had a similar experience on a service from Baltimore to Philadelphia – but this time it was due to extreme turbulence.

He explained: & # 39; The turbulence on this flight was insane. Just float, weave, dip, drop, bounce for the entire flight. And I mean every literal second of that flight.

Hield I held my armrests and felt sick, my wife (who was six months pregnant and susceptible to motion sickness, even if she was not pregnant) came next to me in the small bag and she was not the only one (probably 40 percent of the flight has surrendered).

& # 39; The companion looked at us and said that this was her seventh flight that day (being short trips, they twisted back and forth between Philly and Baltimore), and it was the worst flight day she had in 15 years polite job. & # 39;

And & # 39; Dr_McKay & # 39; had a similar experience during the last visit to Amsterdam.

He said: & # 39; We experienced constant turbulence, not enough to overthrow people, but enough to knock over everything on your tray and disrupt the stomach.

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& # 39; I estimate that about 25 percent of the passengers vomit and it soon became clear that the cleaning crew had forgotten to refill everyone's sick bag, so a few people threw on the seat / floor while searching for a bag that wasn't even there. The smell was terrible. & # 39;

Another kite, & # 39; Zack1018 & # 39 ;, had a bad flight experience due to a certain odor.

A passenger recalled how many of the passengers on board became ill after eating on board

A passenger recalled how many of the passengers on board became ill after eating on board

A passenger recalled how many of the passengers on board became ill after eating on board

He contributed: & # 39; I sat next to an old man with the worst cheese breath I have ever experienced.

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& # 39; Every time I saw his mouth open in the corner of my eye, I could count in my head "one … two … three …" and I would be hit by a wave of stale, rotten milk tank. & # 39;

And & # 39; 5fav5 & # 39; had an equally disturbing experience when she awoke on a flight to the & # 39; scariest loud scream & # 39 ;.

A passenger recalled extreme turbulence aboard a service from Baltimore to Philadelphia, which broke many of the passengers

A passenger recalled extreme turbulence aboard a service from Baltimore to Philadelphia, which broke many of the passengers

A passenger recalled extreme turbulence aboard a service from Baltimore to Philadelphia, which broke many of the passengers

She said that & # 39; everyone thought the plane fell or something and there was no explanation & # 39; and added that a request was then submitted to the PA system for a doctor – & # 39; but no updates afterwards & # 39 ;.

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Sitting next to irritating passengers was the main complaint for others who contribute to the thread.

& # 39; DaughterEarth & # 39; wrote: & # 39; There was a man behind me who kept shaking my chair. Constant, the entire flight, all the way from Canada to the EU. In between shaking his chair, he would yell at his wife or sister or whoever it was about the island.

& # 39; It was so bad that another random guy on the flight told him to relax and that was a completely different screaming game that didn't change anything. When we disembarked, the wife or sister quietly whispered "sorry" to me and it broke my heart. Like here, I have the worst flight ever, but then I am reminded that the poor girl has to deal with that guy forever every day. & # 39;

Another pilot who was on his way between LA and Melbourne said: & # 39; There was a child in front of me and a child behind me. The one in front kept putting his chair up and down. He would shake it too and kept telling his parents that I "kicked" him and they asked me to stop. I didn't touch it.

& # 39; I had my leather jacket over me while I was sleeping and its zipper angle slid back so that the child kept pulling it back. I woke up, put it in front of me and he kept putting his mean hands through the chairs to pull on my clothes. Karma returns ten times, they will get it back one day. & # 39;

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And & # 39; bs scientist & # 39; said: & # 39; Flying from Paris to Venice I (short woman) sat between these two HUGE men. I had put my coat over me because I was cold.

& # 39; The two men on both sides fell asleep. I had to pee. Somehow they were all on my coat sleeves, so I was in a small prison. I don't speak French, so I couldn't tell them the problem. I just waited until we landed to pee. & # 39;

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