Farting inside flight fine, say scientists
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Although scientifically preferred liberating wind was not without its pitfalls.
Farting also presented a soiling hazard, which "may require damage control in the airplane toilet."
Stinkiness could also affect the cabin crew's quality of life but more importantly could cause turbulence in the cockpit.
The study 'Flatulence on airplanes: just let it go' is published in the New Zealand Medical Journal.
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