Anthony Bourdain Goes Off on American Airlines, Wet Deuce-Based Delay

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Anthony Bourdain is unafraid to speak his mind.

Sometimes, the television star goes off on Paula Dean for being a hypocrite; and other times the target of his vitriol is American Airlines for delaying a flight because a passenger pooped on board.

Wait... what?!?

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Bourdain made news this week when he Tweeted about his flight from Miami to Grand Cayman, at first confounded over what kind of "special situation" was responsible for such a delayed take-off.

But the food lover then apparently learned the truth and informed followers:

"Latest news is it took #AA two hours to admit [that] a passenger dropped a wet deuce on a seat. Need to change planes."

That happens, we suppose.

Bourdain proceeded to tell fellow chef Andrew Zimmerman that he was "thinking about paying it forward. Especially after that airport panini," with the hilarious/disgusting back-and-forth concluding when Virgin Airlines got involved:

"We feel your pain @Bourdain," American's rival Tweeted. "The combo of a dropped deuce & AA service gives flying a bad name. Come w/ us next time!"

Ah, Twitter. Who says nothing productive gets accomplished on there?

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