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If You Birthed A Dead Fetus On A Flight From Charlotte To New York, American Airlines And The Police Would Like To Have A Word With You.

If You Birthed A Dead Fetus On A Flight From Charlotte To New York, American Airlines And The Police Would Like To Have A Word With You.

Source  –  A cleaning crew found a fetus in the toilet of a plane lavatory as the aircraft sat in a hangar at LaGuardia Airport Tuesday, law enforcement sources familiar with the case told News 4.

The grisly discovery was made before 7 a.m. aboard an American Airlines flight that had landed at the Queens hub Monday night from Charlotte, North Carolina. Sources say the fetus appears to have been about 5 to 6 months old, but that’s preliminary. The medical examiner’s office will conduct an autopsy. 

American’s flight tracker showed the plane, flight 1942, left Charlotte at 8:56 p.m. and arrived at LaGuardia’s Terminal B at 10:44 p.m. Monday. Photos from the scene showed Port Authority cops surround the jet on a tarmac Tuesday after it apparently was removed from the hangar for further investigation.

You really don’t want the baby when you cut the umbilical cord yourself in an airplane shitter.  Leaving the poor little thing in there is horrendous, but you really don’t want the baby.

I find it hard to believe no one would notice a dead baby in the bathroom on a flight for two hours or maybe other passengers just assumed someone had IBS but Jesus, that is hard factory stuff.   Chances are people know but they don’t want to get wrapped up in a court case by being a witness.  At least that would be my excuse.

Wouldn’t anyone hear or smell anything?  Giving birth isn’t a tidy experience so it’s impossible to imagine this happened without a pile of uterine borscht making a mess.

Anyway, if this was you, your baby is at Terminal B at LaGuardia and some people wanna talk to you.  And you should turn in your ovaries…

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