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Pooping Dog On Plane Causes Unscheduled Stop [Video]

Life is often stranger than fiction!

Case in point…

When a dog hears the call of nature, they answer it, if you know what I mean. Even if the dog is on a plane. That was the case on a recent U.S. Airways flight from Los Angeles to Philadelphia.

Passengers started to smell something nasty an hour into the flight, when they noticed a large service dog doing his business, not once, but twice in the center aisle. The crew cleaned it up as best as they could, but the smell remained.

pooping dog on plane
KCTV via WNEM

A decision was made to land the flight in Kansas City was made when the dog pooped for a third time and passengers began dry-heaving and throwing up.

Get the poop in the video below.

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