Andre the Giant left passengers ‘unable to breathe, gagging and crying’ after taking 'world's biggest poo' on plane
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Wrestling legend and man mountain Andre The Giant left plane passengers 'gagging, puking and crying' and applying their own mask after taking the 'world’s biggest poo' mid-flight.
The late and ex-WWF champion turned a 14-hour Boeing 747 trip from Tokyo to the US into a long-haul sh*te after he 'went to town' on the toilet.
Andre usually used the bathroom before boarding or even before going to the airport so he'd be 'good for a day or two'.
Tragically for his fellow passengers, the 7ft 4in Frenchman had to rush to his seat this time due to a delay.
Brutus Beefcake, a fellow veteran in the ring, was on the fated flight and admitted that he 'couldn’t breathe' and other passengers 'screamed' as the smell filled the cabin.
Known as the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' - Andre certainly produced something extraordinary on this occasion in the form of unexpected turd-ulance.
WWE Hall of Famer, Brutus, told Wrestling Shoot Interviews how a then 46-year-old Andre gave as good a performance on porcelain as he did on canvas saying he produced sounds that were 'not human' followed by a smell that completely filled the 76-metre long plane.
Brutus recalled: “I’ve never heard anything like it. The sounds that are coming out of there.
“The smell that started coming forward, the back of the plane had a lot of people. There were people falling out of their seats and into the aisles.
“Gagging, puking, crying, screaming, and we were all falling on the floor laughing ourselves sick.
“I couldn’t breathe. He must have half filled-up a garbage bag full of s**t.”
What had he been eating? You may well ask. According to Brutus his ablutions were almost as large as he was.
“He would eat 20 pounds of food per city, and so would s**t 20 pounds,” he said.
Andre was also known be be able to drink 108 (small) beers in just 45 minutes.
According to fellow wresting legend, Hulk Hogan, his farts - arguably the appetiser of what he pulled off and pushed out when airborne - were just as bad.
"I've been in different dressing rooms, like a hockey dressing room where there'd be a wooden bench, and you could put 20 people sitting there," said Hulk.
"If Andre was to pass some gas, the whole bench would rumble all the way down to the end and vibrate the guy on the end of the bench. He used to think that was quite funny. His placement was very deliberate."
The French pro wrestler, real name André René Roussimoff, sadly passed away in 1993 aged 46 due to congestive heart failure.