After the globally popular mess for dragging a passenger out of the airplane, another set of bad news flood the social media today. A united airlines flight was delayed, and passengers were made to wait for hours before they reached their destination.

The scorpion story

United Airlines Flight 1035 from Houston to Ohio was postponed on Thursday after a scorpion was reported crawling from a passenger's clothes. It is worth noting that this is the second incident that the airline delays its flight in less than a month because of a scorpion. The delay consumed over three hours and passengers were made to wait at the George Bush International Airport.

Passengers were then assisted to deplane and transfer to another before they finally took off.

According to United, Houston to Quito flight 1035 returned to the gate when allegedly a scorpion was seen in one of the passenger's clothing. Immediately, the paramedics who were waiting at the gate examined the passenger. The passenger according to the paramedics was not stung, He was offered further medical treatment, but he declined. To prevent the same thing from happening, the company arranged for a new aircraft. Passengers were provided with free meals and vouchers due to the flight's delay.

It can be recalled that on April 14, a United Airlines' passenger was stung by a scorpion on a plane taking off from Houston.

The scorpion fell from the overhead bin and landed on the man's head. The victim was with his wife and was returning from a vacation. Until now, it was not revealed how the scorpion got on that flight. However, FlightAware reported that on the same day, that flight came from Costa Rica and immediately the flight attendants captured the venomous creature and flushed it in the airplane's toilet.

In Calgary, paramedics waited at the gate for the man who was stung by the scorpion. Later, the couple confirmed in an interview with CNN that United Airlines reached out to them and gave an undisclosed compensation.

Series of unfortunate events

United Airlines has been making headlines this year not because of good news but because of unfortunate incidents.

The start of the year has been rough for the company. Apart from scorpion incidents, the biggest headlines the aircraft made was when a video was uploaded on several media outlets showing a man dragged out of the plane. Another negative news was reported when a giant pet rabbit of one of its passengers died after a flight from London to Chicago. Moreover, a woman who was supposedly bound for a flight from

Another negative news was reported when a giant pet rabbit of one of its passengers died after a flight from London to Chicago. Moreover, a woman who was supposedly bound for a flight from Newark to Paris was instead flown to San Franciso. Flight attendants were not able to see the error, but the passenger was already flown 3,000 miles in the wrong direction.

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