A Transavia flight to the Spanish island of Gran Canaria was forced to make an emergency landing in Portugal when several passengers reportedly became ill by the "unbearable" smell of an "unwashed" man onboard.
Belgian passenger Piet van Haut was one of the passengers on board the plane and described the stench of the man in question as "unbearable".
According to the Mirror, the cause was incredibly foul-smelling passenger, because of which some people literally began to faint, and others began vomiting.
A smelly passenger forced an emergency landing of a Transavia plane in Faro on Tuesday.
The passengers of the ship, who happened to be near the passenger, began to faint, some of them vomited.
Members of the crew tried to put a smelly man quarantined in the toilet, but it was not given. But it made an unexpected stop at Faro airport in Portugal about halfway through its journey, as shown by records on the FlightRadar24 tracking website.
ECB source: Deutsche Bank making progress on turnaround
By taking a look at the stock's current statistics it can gauged that the stock candle is BULLISH with HIGH volatility . The return on assets stands at -0.1%, Return on Equity now is -2.2% and the Return on Investment value is 3.4%.
Sworn in as Spain's leader, Sanchez faces Catalan conundrum
Sanchez takes office after ousting veteran conservative leader Mariano Rajoy from power in a no-confidence vote on Friday. It has blocked any attempts at independence in the courts, citing the constitution which says Spain is indivisible.
Oil prices weighed by US crude stockpile, impending OPEC supply decision
Brent crude was down 38 cents, or 0.5 percent, at $77.12 per barrel at 0643 GMT, after settling the last session up 2.8 percent. OPEC's influence in supporting prices over the a year ago and a half was not supposed to happen.
A Transavia spokesman said: "The aeroplane diverted because of medical reasons, but it is indeed right that he smelled quite a bit".
Due to the smell, the cabin crew decided stopped serving food and drinks.
The plane eventually made it to Amsterdam, some two hours after it was scheduled to land.
After the pilot reported "passengers on the rampage", the plane landed in Vienna so the men could be removed.
And it's the second time its happened on a Transavia flight in a matter on months.
In February, a Transavia jet from Dubai to Amsterdam was re-routed because a passenger repeatedly broke wind, sparking a mid-air brawl.