A plane has been forced to make an emergency landing because of toilet problems – despite having 84 plumbers on board.
The Norwegian flight from Oslo to Munich had to land so that it could be fixed.
The plumbers were from a company called Rørkjøp on a trip to Munich, according to Dagbladet.
Frank Olson, managing director of the company, said that he would have liked to fix the toilet but was unable to do so because he didn’t have the correct equipment.
He said: “We did not take the risk to send a plumber outside at 10,000 metres height.
“There was a good atmosphere in the plane with the irony about the broken toilets.”
The plane was fixed at Gardermoen before it made its way to Munich.
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