Who knew that farts, let alone farts from the world's most gentle and lovable creatures, could be responsible for a plane emergency landing?
A Singapore Airlines flying from Adelaide,SA (Australia) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) with 4 crew and a cargo of 2,186 goats had to make an emergency landing on Oct. 26th, to Bali's Denpasar for safety reasons.
After inspections of the aircraft, there was no evidence of fire or smoke. There were, however, lots of goats. And those goats were flatulent as hell.
Aviation Herald reported that "the smoke indication was identified to be the result of exhaust gasses and manure." Cool, way to scapegoat the goats. Original.