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American Airlines Passenger Pops Blister And Splashes Blood On Others

This is exactly why people shouldn’t be allowed to wear flip-flops on flights.

An American Airlines flight from Atlanta to Fort Lauderdale plunged almost 30,000 feet in seven minutes with people grabbing oxygen masks and hugging their families goodbye last week. Fortunately, the plane landed safely. Yet, somehow that wasn’t the worst thing to happen on a flight to Florida during the week.

An American Airlines flight from Medellin, Columbia to Miami, Florida took off on Wednesday and there was apparently a woman that was wearing flip-flops and had a blister on her foot. Sure enough, at some point during the flight, the blister popped. Nobody is sure why it exploded, but it did and in the process, it splashed blood on the two men sitting in the row in front of her. It also splashed blood on the window and a book one of the guys was reading at the time.

Paramedics met the flight when it landed in Miami and checked out the woman and the two guys she splattered with blood. Apparently everyone was okay.

Source: Fox News

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