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Farting on aircraft: Smelly but better out than in, say gastroenterologists

They warn of consequences in the cockpit. “If the pilot restrains a fart, all the drawbacks previously mentioned, including diminished concentration, may affect his abilities to control the airplane,” the researchers say. “If he lets go of the fart his co-pilot may be affected by its odour, which again reduces safety on board the flight.” The specialists did not recommend setting farts alight, either on land or in a plane, despite its proven ability to reduce odour. They reluctantly dismissed the notion of rubber pants with an attached air container for collecting gas as “somewhat extreme”. But they reckon putting active charcoal in passenger seats is a winner of an idea that could be backed up with special undies. “The future frequent flyer may develop the ability to “sneak a fart” by wearing charcoal-lined underwear thus experiencing a comfortable flight in harmony with fellow passengers,” they conclude. Pre-flight passenger methane breath tests and reducing fibre in airline food options were also considered. Here are some essential farting facts There are roughly two types of fart – silent, also known as sneaking, and loud. The average person farts about 10 times a day. Women’s farts smell way worse than men’s. Sulphur containing gasses are responsible for the pong. Burning the gas does reduce the smell but lighting farts is not recommended on land or in a plane. Exercising the pelvic ring is essential to maintain the ability to fart silently.

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