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Last week on a flight from Atlanta to Miami a Delta passenger was seated in a seat covered in dog feces! The poor passengers were forced to fly on seats and floors covered in it. The first passenger to sit down was covered in feces and was only given 2 paper towels and a bottle of gin to clean up.
Unreal! Watch Where You Sit On Your Next Flight!
Delta has apologized after a Michigan man sat in feces left behind by a service dog last week.
Bay City resident Matthew Meehan had already sat down on his flight from Atlanta to Miami on Nov. 1 when he realized that feces was all over his seat and the surrounding floor, he told news outlets.
“I was literally in it,” he said.
Meehan said he asked flight attendants for help cleaning up, but they only provided two paper towels and a small bottle of Bombay Sapphire gin.
He cleaned himself and the seat as best he could. When he spoke to a manager, he said, she was dismissive and asked what his problem was.
“I had to step back for a moment and say, alright, keep your composure. You do not want to be one of these people you see on the news getting kicked off a plane. Meanwhile, I’m covered in feces,” Meehan told Detroit’s WXYZ.
He and his fellow passengers laid a blanket down on their seats for the remainder of the flight. Upon arrival, the aircraft was taken out of service to be cleaned and disinfected.
According to Delta, an ill service animal was aboard the previous flight. Meehan was offered a full refund and additional compensation.
You can read the full article USAToday.
You don’t think that you have to be on the look out for dog poo when boarding your flight, but apparently you do. Yuck!
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