Foot Odor Causes Emergency Landing on Spirit Airlines Flight
Foot odor forced emergency plane landing
Smelly feet grounded a Spirit Airlines flight Jim Young/Reuters
- A strong foot odor forced a Spirit Airlines flight to make an emergency landing in South Carolina.
- After the plane landed, nearly a dozen passengers were taken to the hospital to recover.
- A Hazmat team couldn't find the source of the smell.
If you're already scared of flying, the latest horror story from a Spirit Airlines flight may convince you to avoid planes completely.
According to WLKY, a Spirit Airlines flight, which was going from New York City to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, had to make an emergency landing in South Carolina. The reason: A foot odor made passengers sick, and some complained of burning in their throats and chests.
According to NBC 4, after landing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, all 220 passengers were asked to get off the plane.
A Hazmat team boarded the plane but failed to find the source of the odor, which passengers described as smelling like "dirty socks."
The Myrtle Beach Fire Department shared that nearly a dozen passengers were taken to a local hospital to recover. The rest of the passengers stayed on the tarmac while they waited for another flight.
Although the odor remains a mystery, there's still a lesson here: Make sure you do your laundry before getting on a plane.
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