Child poops on seat on Delta Bejing to Detroit flight

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Ever wonder what it would be like to cross the vast Pacific in a giant chamber pot or bedpan rather than a plane? Wonder no more because it's now been done!

The noses of passengers aboard a Delta Flight from Beijing to Detroit were recently titillated by the aroma of used Kung Pao Chicken when a Chinese toddler unloaded the aromatic remnants of his last dining experience on newspapers spread on his plane seat. The poo was contained but the aroma was shared by all. This was done with the approval of both the little stinker's parents and grandparents, who were adamant in their refusal to take the tyke to the bathroom. I have read that Chinese parents have a predilection for allowing their toddlers to drop their trousers and extrude both liquid and solid bodily waste in public, but this is going a bit to far.

I suppose it could have been worse. Imagine the horror that would have ensued if it had been a Scottish child unloading some used haggis or, heaven forbid, a Swedish tyke ridding his colon of yesterday's fermented surstromming, in which case the pilot would have had no other choice but to dive into the cleansing waters of the ocean.

The Chinese have set international relations back hundreds of years with this occurrence. We get enough of their cheap shit at Walmart without them passing out free shit on international flights.

Editor's Note: Besides being our resident Santa look-a-like, fart master, and fellow kitteh lover, Chief Thunderbutt is the site's gastronomical garbage pail. He has eaten things that I never heard of. Since I did not know what surstromming was, I felt obligated to research it. If you also had never heard of it before and have a few minutes, the following video not only explains what it is and how it originated, but it also shows some very brave--or stupid--people who try to eat it. Enjoy!

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3 Comments on "Child poops on seat on Delta Bejing to Detroit flight"

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You forgot used Lutefisk....mmm-mmm, the bland and rotten flavor. My son tried barbacoa tacos for the first time last week, and splatter shat down the hall...why am I writing this in a comment and not a story? I'm stopping now. Great article, Chief. I always love your submissions :)

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Gastronomical garbage pail? What a terrible thing to call a gourmand of the highest caliber. I will admit that while I have never dined on surstromming I have eaten a few delicacies in Japan that also require a somewhat adventurous palate.

One of my favorite snacks with beer or sake is called shio-kara. The guts of a squid are forced through a sieve, salted heavily, then the chopped up pieces of tentacle and head are added and everything is fermented together. It really tastes much better than it sounds.

The original Japanese version of sushi was called funa-zushi and was made from crucian carp that had been packed in salt and left to ferment for about a year. At the end of that period the fish were repacked with rice and left to ferment for about another three years, the rice was changed yearly. I never tried this but I think I would enjoy the taste which is purported to be rather vinegary and perhaps a bit stinky.

Some stinky foods are enjoyed in America as well. My son lives in San Francisco and tells me of a cheese shop there that can be smelled from about three blocks away. My kind of food.

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They're Chinese. 'Nuff said.

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