A British Airways flight to Lagos, Nigeria, was delayed after a passenger pooped on the floor and 'smeared' it on seats.
But, according to a recent report, one Boeing 777-336 jet flying out of London had to be delayed after a passenger turned into a literal party pooper.
According to a report seen by The Sun: "During boarding a passenger stripped from the waist down and defecated on the galley floor. He sat in it and rubbed it onto the galley floor and aisle carpets."
Yep, just in case getting it on the floor wasn't enough, rubbing it into a carpet might do the trick.
The passenger didn't stop there, though, because he then started making his way down the plane.
Taking the incident incredibly seriously, the plane was cleaned and the flight delayed, with the report going on to note: "The curtains and carpets were severely contaminated. Very important that a hygienic biohazard and deep clean is carried out and properly supervised and signed off."
To be fair, we feel bad for the pilot and crew who have to get back on the aircraft, knowing full well they can never touch the curtains again.
British Airways said in a comment on the incident: "We apologised to our customers for the delay to their flight and arranged for an alternative aircraft to allow them to continue their journey."
This isn't the only time passenger poop has caused havoc on a British Airways flight this year.
Back in March, a plane was forced to turn around and land because a passenger's s*** smelt so bad.
The plane was set to fly from Heathrow to Dubai, with a passenger, Abhishek Sachdev, tweeting about the ridiculous scenes.
"Insane. Our BA flight to Dubai returned back to Heathrow because of a smelly poo in the toilet."
He went on to say about the incident: "The pilot made an announcement requesting senior cabin crew, and we knew something was a bit odd.
"About 10 minutes later he said 'you may have noticed there's a quite pungent smell coming from one of the toilets'.
"He said it was liquid faecal excrement. Those are the words he used."
And, yep, if everyone could just try their best to go before the flight - that'd be grand.
LADBible has reached out to British Airways for comment.