Motherf*!#ing rat on a plane! Air India flight to London turns back


31 Dec 2015

Motherf*!#ing rat on a plane! Air India flight to London turns back

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A London-bound Air India flight came back to Mumbai this week after human travelers recognized a stowaway rat on load up and cautioned staff.

The motherf*!#ing rodent was never found, yet the plane was disinfected and checked.

The postponed travelers were later traveled to London on another aircraft.

The occurrence might have played out fairly differently if specialists Neville Flynn otherwise known as Samuel L. Jackson had been on board.

It's been a momentous week for Air India taking after two different occurrences with their fleet.

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A pilot aborted departure from Amritsar airport in northern India subsequent to hitting a stray pooch on the runway, while a plane from Mumbai was struck by a providing food van at Newark airport in the US condition of New Jersey.

Tough day for Air India. Rodent on Mum-London, flight returns. Newark-Mum plane hit by a truck. Canine on Amritsar rwy, AI Exp prematurely ends take off.

— MANJU V (@ManjuVTOI) December 30, 2015

Air India is known to explorers for its rodent issues. Vermin were spotted a year ago on a plane flying from New Delhi to Calcutta, an occurrence that started a YouTube song.

Earlier this year, an Air India flight from New Dehli to Milan was likewise forced to turn back because of a rodent sighting.

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News Source: RTDailyNews, 9jaTales

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