If you thought that the time you accidentally got the meat instead of the chicken you ordered on a flight was a "bad experience", think again.
The fliers have been telling their stories of flight problems in a new Internet thread and they are really revitalizing the stomach and causing sweaty palms.
From covering yourself with baby diarrhea to seeing an air hostess praying during a depressurization event, these threads will definitely put things in perspective.
The flyers have been telling their stories of flight problems in a new thread of the Internet and they are really revolting their stomachs, and inducing the sweaty palm
They arose in response to the following question that was sent to Reddit: "What was the worst flight experience you have ever had? & # 39;
And passengers responded quickly, including "EightiesMade," which ended up sitting next to a mother and a sick baby on a flight from Phoenix to Orlando.
He explained: "After the captain turned off the seatbelt light, the lady behind me changed her baby's VERY liquid liquid diarrhea diaper in the adjoining seat.
"Instead of calling the stewardess for a bag or depositing the used diaper in the bathroom trash, she folds it and places it between my seat and the window.
"I was in my little happy world listening to music and reading, I did not notice the diaper until I felt something move in my arm, I looked to see what it was and I found the army green all over my arm, the jeans and the Right side of my torso. "
& # 39; Makerbot2000 & # 39; He had a similar experience on a flight between Phoenix and New York City.
He said: & # 39; A guy gets along well with his wife, who takes the middle seat next to me.
"At mealtime, they take out their own rice and bean-packed Tupperware meals, the flight goes smoothly until we're about to land and hit a big storm.
We surround and we go around the airport and some serious turbulence shakes the woman. She turns around suddenly and throws up on me and the back of my seat. I'm covered in half-digested beans and the rice sticks everywhere.
Another user, & # 39; cvvghvggsssvvg & # 39 ;, had a similar experience and explained: & # 39; Once on Air France, I opened my blanket and was covered in a dry vomit & # 39 ;.
While & # 39; eptx10 & # 39; He said: & # 39; Three hours of flight from Mexico. I was sitting with my mother and she had been getting sick even before boarding the flight. My mother gives me this "oh f ***" look and tells her to bring her bag.
A passenger revealed how he ended up covered in vomit after his seatmate threw up when they hit the turbulence
"I was about to stand up and ask for a bag to vomit, when the intercom woman says" we are preparing to land, stay in their seats. "She ends up throwing up on herself and her purse. know what to do.
And & # 39; whatsamood & # 39; He revealed the time he was traveling to New York and ended up covered with a liquid that smelled of vinegar.
He explained: & # 39; Something was dripping on me all the time and it was not water. It smelled like vinegar, but they said it was something from the first aid kit.
Something was leaking on me all the time and it was not water
"There were no other seats available, so they tried to put a piece of duct tape over a plastic bag, but they did not have any tape, so they kept falling in. I smelled like vinegar when I got to New York.
Meanwhile, other airline passengers shared experiences in which they faced emergency situations.
A member of the forum, & # 39; billbapapa & # 39 ;, said: & # 39; In one I thought I was going to die because the cabin lost air pressure and they told us to put on the masks if they fell, and otherwise , please, remain seated.
"They did not tell us anything else, and the stewardess was tied to her seat in the front of the plane and prayed.
While & # 39; jakeanstey & # 39; He experienced severe turbulence while flying to Toronto Pearson a few years ago.
He wrote: "It was very windy and we were dealing with turbulence during most of the trip, which was fine, but when we got to the city limits, it got much worse.
"I remember just before it happened, an old woman went to the bathroom in the middle of the plane, and that's when the madness began, they threw us everywhere, and as the assistants were picking up trash, the woman tried to leave the bathroom but fell floor.
One passenger said that a small child got rid of nerves by firing a cap pistol in mid-flight
"Her husband got up from his seat to try to help her, but he also fell, and then the assistants came to the rescue, and that's when we lost a couple of feet high very quickly and everyone threw themselves into the air.
"For a few minutes he was calmer, and the old couple returned to their seats with some confidence, but then the captain announced" support for the impact. "My heart sank and people went crazy.
"Obviously I knew we would not crash, but the impact on the track was going to be hard, it turned out to be one of the softest landings I've experienced, but not the best flight."
Another user, & bulls *** free & # 39 ;, said: "Years ago we were landing at SFO in San Francisco and the plane suddenly made a very fast climb.
The flight attendants seemed scared and told us we could get more information after disembarking. I'm pretty sure he was close to failing.
For & # 39; musicjunkkiiie & # 39; Exceeding the track on a flight to San Diego was an experience you will never forget.
They shared: "Everyone on the plane went crazy because we had to go around the ocean." My little brother started reciting the stewardess' security speech, saying that we could use the seat cushions as a flotation device, and then the older women They started shouting "Let's fall!"
"All this is followed by two older men who grab the stewardess saying they needed drinks." To make matters worse, another small child on the flight took out some protection pistols that somehow cleared the security … & # 39;
For nervous travelers, like the user & # 39; justaddchocolate & # 39 ;, each flight is a bad experience. Then, for her, when a seatmate on a flight began to talk about "being at peace" during the turbulence, adding that her relatives had died in a plane crash, the situation was unbearable.
Another passenger said he saw passengers blocking paramedics who had boarded to tend to a man who had had a seizure
She explained: I'm a horribly nervous flyer and once I sat next to another nervous flyer. Only when we reach a horrible turbulence, she begins to talk about how she has lived a long life and is at peace. I'm thinking, "Well, I have not lived a long life yet!"
& # 39; Then he mentions that his nephew and brother died in a plane crash! So I'm like, this is perfect, the angel of death has embarked with us! It did not calm my nerves at all. I do not know, I'm basically agnostic, but my prayer life goes off when I fly. "
However, for & # 39; SheLikesTheWeird & # 39 ;, he says he's lost his faith in humanity & # 39; when a passenger fell ill on a flight he took.
She explained: The guy on the other side of the row of me had an attack. Very scary but not the worst part.
"The flight attendants took good care of it until the end of the flight, when the paramedics were going to get on board, one of the flight attendants asked for the intercom so that everyone would remain seated until the patient was out of the plane.
"The safety belt sign went off and everyone around him started to get up and grabbed their bags from the upper cupboards.
The stewardess had to shout on the intercom so everyone would sit until the patient left the plane.
"I could not believe what my eyes were seeing, I lost faith in humanity that day, I have not regained it since then.
But for "DarkOmen597", his worst flight was more a case of losing an experience than having a bad one.
He said: "Once they passed me to the first class and I fell asleep. I missed the whole first class experience & # 39;