(NEWS.com.au) — Farting, cutting the cheese, letting her rip, breaking wind ... whatever you call it, experts say it's better out than in even on a plane.
Pilots, especially, have been urged to let flatulence out for safety's sake, but passengers risk being ignored by cabin crews if they do.
A team of Danish and British gastroenterologists produced a paper on flatulence on planes after one of them, Jacob Rosenberg, was inspired on a flight between Copenhagen and Tokyo.
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The problem is that farting is an invariable consequence of digestion and people do it about 10 times a day.