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United Flight Diverted due to Nail Polish Fumes!!!

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A lady on a United flight from Chicago to San Diego was doing her nails, and the fumes caused the crew to divert the plane to Denver. They were afraid that the fumes were from something leaking that was very serious and had to check it out.

To me, a frequent traveler, I have to wonder.... WHAT THE HECK IS SOMEONE DOING THEIR NAILS ON THE PLANE FOR???? Geez. How rude. Nothing like putting that annoying and nauseating smell into the recirculation of an airplane cabin. I'm sorry for the passengers who were disrupted, but I'm glad that "airplane nail doers" are finally exposed!!

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