Source Pravda.Ru

American tourist swallowed by WC

The SAS Boeing 767 was flying from Oslo, Norway to New York, when the lady in question had to answer a call from nature.

She decided to pull the toilet flush while still remaining seated on the WC, an act which created such strong suction that she was pulled fast to the seat. Her cries for help were eventually heard by the cabin crew, who tried to prise the unfortunate passenger from her throne, but without results.

The lady passenger had to spend the rest of the flight, amounting to some hours, stuck in the WC by the suction effect.

The company has declared that the lady is to receive compensation for her embarrassing and uncomfortable journey.

Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru

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