The pilot told the man to cease breaking wind, but the passenger either was unable to hold back or simply refused to do so.
Two men sitting near him repeatedly asked him to stop farting.
The Transavia Airlines HV6902 flight had to make an emergency landing in Vienna, Austria because the situation was not resolved and repeated complaints achieved nothing. However, when he refused to stop, a fight broke out.
An airplane was forced to make an emergency landing on the Dubai-Amsterdam route when pandemonium caused because a passenger refused to stop farting.
A police spokesman confirmed that the incident had begun by a passenger who, while he was farting, did not try to restrain himself, which offended two Dutch men.
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One of the sisters Nora Lachhab, 25, explained to local media that she was puzzled as to why they had to be removed from the plane because all they did was sit in the same row the commotion started.
However, they have all been banned from Transavia Airlines, who say that the two girls were also involved in the fight. She said, "It was insane that we were included, we had no idea who these boys were, we just had the bad luck to be in the same row and we didn't do anything". To solve the case, Austrian police came into the plane and took four passengers into custody for creating a ruckus.
Unlike the plane passengers, people on social media were loving it, especially International Business Times' "fart attack" joke. "All I will say is that the crew were really provocative and stirred things up," Lacchab said to De Telegraph.
In a statement the airline said: 'Our crew must ensure a safe flight. The matter was reported to the Transavia Airlines crew and the pilot of the plane ordered the passenger to control flatulence as it annoyed other passengers.