A United flight was ruined by plague of ants that crawled from a passenger's luggage
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June 20, 2019 - by Susanna Heller for insider.com
- Things got antsy on a flight from Venice to New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport — literally.
- Apparently, a swarm of ants crawled out of a passenger's carry-on bag on a United Airlines flight.
- In a statement provided to INSIDER, a spokesperson for the airline confirmed that the aircraft was taken out of service for ant extermination in New Jersey.
- The airline said the ants were "contained to a limited area of the cabin," but NBC New York reported that the bugs traveled to first class.
- One passenger, Charlotte Burns, described her experience in a thread.
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In 2006, we got "Snakes on a Plane," the film. In 2019, we get ants on a plane, the reality for some passengers on a recent United Airlines flight.
Apparently, on Monday a swarm of ants crawled out of a passenger's carry-on bag and caused quite the commotion on a United Airlines flight
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