Flight diverted to Alaska after man spreads faeces in two washrooms

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The "passenger [was] smearing feces everywhere", Ted Stevens International Airport Police in the city of Anchorage said, according to local CBS station KTVA.

A United passenger was in some deep poo-poo after smearing feces all over the plane's bathroom, which caused the Chicago-to-Hong Kong flight to divert to Anchorage.

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The FBI says they're investigating the incident in conjunction with Airport Police. Officials added that the unnamed passenger carried out the stunt in more than one of the flight's restrooms before taking his shirt off and trying to clog a toilet.

The passenger was reportedly cooperative when he was met by airport authorities and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in Anchorage. The flyer was reportedly cooperative with the flight crew and remained seated after his bathroom escapades were stopped. He was taken to a hospital for a psychological evaluation.

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The Boeing 777 ended up having to be grounded overnight whilst the aircraft was disinfected and cleaned up.

In a statement to the Washington Post, United said the flight made the unscheduled stop because of "a disruptive passenger".

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