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Service Dog Causes Flight Philly Bound Plane To Divert

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PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT -

It's the last thing you would expect when flying high in the sky.

That terrible smell came from a service dog.

It did the unthinkable in mid-air.

”That's the worst smelling blowout….look up the aisle way and there's a dog pooping right in the middle of the aisle on the flight," said passenger Steve McCall.

McCall was on US Airways flight 598 from Los Angeles to Philadelphia Wednesday and told "Inside Edition" all about it.

"It's a big dog, three or four feet tall or long and he was just going!" McCall described.

"It was not like the little pieces it was just dog diarrhea," he added.

It got much worse.

"The guy in front of me on the right, he gets up he's like …dude this dog is crapping right here! I've got to get out of here!" said McCall.

"A couple people start dry heaving and a couple people throw up," McCall added.

Passengers say it happened multiple times and took twitter by storm!

One man tweeting…"can't make this up. The dog has now (blanked) twice! Plane is emergency landing cuz ppl are getting sick. Hazmat team needs to be on board."

Crews did an elaborate cleaning after diverting to Kansas City, Missouri.

Passengers say their departure was delayed two hours thanks to a fuel spill, which probably didn't help the dog dealing with a coast to coast flight.

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