A Qatar Airways flight from Madrid to Doha was delayed for more than six hours after a mouse was discovered

December 30, 2014 9:48 am
A Qatar Airways flight
from Madrid to Doha was delayed for more than six hours after a mouse
was discovered in the cabin causing alarm among the passengers.
The rogue rodent was spied upon landing, running down the aisle of the plane, causing alarm among passengers. 

The entire cabin had to
be fumigated causing a delay of over six hours for passengers in
Madrid’s Adolfo Suárez Barajas airport, who were waiting to board.
There were long queues
at the airline’s customer services desk after many passengers missed
their connections to Thailand, Singapore and Bali because of the tiny
animal, according to Spanish daily 20 minutos. 
The flight, from Madrid
to Doha, was due to take off at 3pm local time, but after the mouse was
discovered running down the aisle, it was over six hours late. 
The company has said it will pay any of the costs incurred as a result of the delay.

Once the plane landed,
the fumigation process took place and the dead mouse was found. But
security protocol meant Qatar Airways had to wait a certain amount of
time before they could board their next flight, to prevent passengers
from inhaling the fumigation fumes Culled
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