Passengers finally boarded flight no. 2 on Friday at 1pm, and arrived in Dubai without any smelly interruptions.
British Airways issued a flushed statement about the backed-up flight. “We're very sorry for the discomfort to our customers,” a spokesperson told the Daily Mail. “We provided them with hotel accommodation and rescheduled the flight to depart the next day," the spokesperson added.
But Sachdev said the airline’s ground crew wasn’t helpful, and merely instructed fliers to get in touch with the Civil Aviation Authority to get their money back.
Either way, everyone's time and patience went right down the toilet.