What is it about planes and peanuts?

 

First we had someone going mental that her nuts were not served on a plate, and gave the stewardess the back of her hand and now, a transatlantic flight was forced to land in the UK at a cost of £350,000 because a passenger was demanding more nuts

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Last week a United Airlines plane was flying from Rome to Chicago when the captain touched down at Belfast International Airport after concerns were raised about a man by cabin crew and other passengers.

 

Passengers had raised concerns about the individual involved behaviour, claiming that he kept getting up and down from his seat and repeatedly opened the overhead baggage lockers and made numerous trips to the toilets, presumably on the hunt for more nuts.

The total cost for the redirection is estimated to be around £350,000 you can buy a whole lot of nuts for that.