Kenyan MP Wants To Ban Farting On Planes As Terrible Smell May Spark Violence And Discomfort

An MP from Kenya wants a law that will ban farting on a plane as its terrible smell could spark violence, insecurity, and discomfort amongst passengers.

Lilian Achieng Gogo, the Kenyan MP, dropped the comments while the parliament was talking about a law related to offenses that are committed on commercial airplanes.

Ms. Gogo, the MP for the Rangwe Constituency in Western Kenya, explained her bizarre suggestion.

She explained, “There is one irritant that it is often ignored, and this is the level of farting within the aircraft. If this is not managed well it can cause discomfort and insecurity on board.”

Ms. Gogo suggested introducing anti-flatulent drugs that will be available for crews to give out in case someone needs it.

She also said that passing wind on an aircraft is so terrible that passengers could fight with each other due to the bad smell.

Ms. Gogo also talked about the problem of passengers drinking alcohol when traveling.

The Kenyan MP said medical records should be revealed before a person is allowed to drink alcohol on an aircraft.

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