As if TSA searches and scans aren’t enough of a deterrent from flying, twenty days ago a Boeing 737 belonging to Southwest Airlines ripped open mid-flight at an altitude of 36,000 feet making all its passengers believe they’re going to die. Fortunately, the pilot managed to make a safe emergency landing at the Yuma Marine Corps Air Station/International Airport.
If the scorpion would have been found on a Southwest flight this wouldn’t be of any concern at all. I mean, that’s why they have holes in their planes – so you can throw that kind of stuff out. Things would have been even easier for Delta as they could have just fed the scorpion to their resident rats.
Joking aside, WTF AMERICAN AIRLINES?
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