Things are getting a bit weird on flights nowadays, and people cannot get over this. Yes, you read that right.
The plane landed at Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina on Sunday when the incident took place, prompting the airport to begin an investigation into what happened. "(A) medical call came in for someone affected by an odor after the plane deplaned normally", an airline said in an email to the Charlotte Observer.
Officials with RDU did not identify where the plane was flying in from, its destination or what type of plane was involved in the incident.
Fox5 San Diego reports that it was consequently determined that a passenger had "passed gas", an official said.
American Airlines, however, said the smell was due to a mechanical issue.
Person "passes gas" on an American Airlines plane, .
Ross also released a statement in which he admitted that the aircraft was out of service and kept on saying that it was a technical snag.