Tuesday, July 17, 2012

We've heard complaints that airplane food is inedible, but this time it's actually true.

Four different Delta airlines flights travelling from Amsterdam to the U.S. discovered needles in six different turkey sandwiches passengers had purchased at different intervals.

The flights were destined for Atlanta, Minneapolis and Seattle and only one passenger on the flight to Minneapolis was injured. The passenger declined medical attention, and when the scare was made known to everyone on the plane passengers opted for pizza instead.

Food for these particular flights is made in an Amsterdam catering company kitchen, and Delta airlines is currently investigating the cause of the unwelcomed sandwich topping.

In the meantime we suggest passengers purchse their food before boarding the plane or wait to eat once they've reached their destination.



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