June 25, 2007
Imagine travelling on a long haul flight between Amserdam and New Jersey with 200 passengers onboard with a malfuntioning toilets which have started to overflow with human sewage. I dont know what i would prefer, this or be sat for hours on a train with a bunch of x-factor rejects.
Flight attendants even reportedly conducted their routine meal service,
despite the unpleasant conditions. But they advised passengers not to
eat or drink too much, since the lavatories were out of order â€“ and
they had a long way to go before landing in New Jersey.
“To be told that we were supposed to monitor what comes out the other end of
us was insulting,” Brock told KING-TV. “It was the worst flight
experience I have ever had.”
“I’ve never felt so offended in all my life. I felt like i had been physically abused
and neglected. I was forced to sit next to human excrement for seven
hours,” said Brock.
It is unclear what caused the troubles in the planeâ€™s lavatories.