"I just want everybody to know that although this seems like a surreal type of story, this happened to me and my son,” she said in a Facebook message to The Canadian Press. “All we want people to know is that it was quite devastating to be covered in poop and I hope it never happens to anybody else.”
Allan described the situation, which occurred last month, in greater detail the CBC: "You could feel drops falling from the sky -- hitting our face, inside the car, all over the windshield.... I had it in my eyes, my hair... There was so much poop."
The brush with flying crap prompted Allan to contact nearby Kelowna airport, which has since consulted Transport Canada to launch an investigation into the incident.
Despite the nightmarish implications of Allan's experience, people do get splattered with liquid turds falling from planes every year, though the occurrences are sparse. Most of the time, it happens with older aircraft manufactured in the 1960s or '70s, Thrillist learned earlier this year from Alaska Airlines maintenance operations instructor Mike Miller.