Airplane Drops Human Waste In Man’s Garden And Splatters Him “In A Very Unpleasant Way”

Windsor, UK: An unsuspecting man was splattered with human excrements falling out of an airplane. 

On a warm day of July this year, a man, who has not been named, was standing outside his house when all of sudden, his “whole garden, and garden umbrellas, and him” were bathed in human waste.

The story was reported to the aviation forum of the Royal Borough Of Windsor & Maidenhead’s, with councilor Karen Davies commenting she was “horrified” when she learned about it.

Even though some people believe that this is common practice with airplanes, the waste is actually stored and then dumped in a secure sewage tank until the plane lands, after which it is disposed of in a safe manner.

Unfortunately, there are many reports of blue ice falling from the sky, which is the result of waste leaking and freezing at high altitudes, but this incident was different. The gross experience saw the man’s “whole garden splattered in a very unpleasant way,” Davies said, according to BBC.

“He was out in the garden at the time, so a really horrible, horrible experience. Hopefully it never happens again to any of our residents.”

A “one in a billion chance”

John Bowden, councilor for Eton and Castle, said the man’s disgusting accident was a “one in a billion chance,” and added that the dumpage may have been more “fluidly” than normal due to the warm temperatures.

Whitfield parish councilor Geoff Paxton, who has also worked at airports for the past 40 years, said it was a “very rare” chance.

According to his estimates, the waste leaked out of the vent when the plane dipped below 6,000ft.

“We used to have problems with blue ice [frozen human waste and disinfectant] on arrivals but that was because those toilets used to leak.”

The man in question has no intention of suing the airline. 

“Obviously he wasn’t going to do that for the sake of a couple of garden umbrellas, in terms of bumping up his premium, so he’s just sort of had to take it on the chin,” Davies said.

The company the plane belongs to has not been revealed, and Davies said it was “based a very long way away from here.”

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