One lawmaker wants to put a law in place that will ban farts on a plane after some smelly office drama.
According to the Daily Mail, following accusations that an unnamed lawmaker colleague was "polluting the air," politicians interrupted a debate about the lack of shade at market stalls to discuss solutions for offenses committed on airplanes.
Kenyan politician Lilian Achieng Gogo said in the chamber, "There is one irritant that is often ignored, and this is the level of farting within the aircraft. If this is not managed well it can cause discomfort and insecurity on board."
She also said passing gas on a plane could cause passengers to fight with each other.
Gogo suggested anti-flatulent drugs available for crews to hand out if they're needed, and that medical records should be handed over before an individual is able to get an alcoholic drink on the plane.
The speaker ruled that they can't "continue sitting in an environment that smells bad" and sent someone to go buy air fresheners.
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