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

The New Zealand Medical Journal has just published a study about farting in flight. The following are some bullet points that will no doubt get some DL tongues wagging: •In-flight farts are inevitable because of change in pressure. •Windy passengers risk being ignored by cabin crew. •There is a safety risk for pilots if farts are kept in - or let out. •Women's farts smell worse than men's. The study was inspired by a gastroenterologist's long-haul flight and these excerpts are from an article in today's issue of The Australian newspaper. So, DL: have you, would you, should you ever fart in flight? I know I have.

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