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Unexpected Places The Flu Virus Can Live

As flu season reaches its peak, there are a few things you need to know.

The biggest is, the virus can live for a full day on surfaces and it’s a good hider. To put yourself in the best position to remain healthy, you need to know where and what to disinfect.

Your smartphone.

Microowave handle.

Your steering wheel.

The handle of the office coffee pot,

The TV remote.

Your credit card


Flight Attendant Wipes Butt of Overweight Passenger

An overweight passenger aboard a Taiwanese airliner forced flight attendants to remove his pants so he could use the toilet — then wipe his butt as he moaned in pleasure, according to reports.

The passenger was confined to a wheelchair and told the flight attendants that he needed assistance to use the lavatory about two hours into the flight.

One flight attendant said she felt like removing a passenger's underwear was beyond her scope of responsibilities, but when she told him she couldn't help him - he started yelling. He then started pulling down his pants exposing himself to the other passengers.

The man also insisted that they keep the door open because otherwise “he couldn’t breathe.”

The women managed to keep the door closed, but the man — whose weight was estimated to be 440 pounds — then refused to leave the bathroom unless they wiped his backside after he finished with his business.

The flight attendants refused at first but then decided to carry out the disgusting task so he wouldn’t remain in the lavatory.

But things took a turn for the worse when the chief attendant donned three pairs of latex gloves and began wiping him.

“He said, ‘Oh, mmm, deeper, deeper,’ and then accused my chief attendant of not properly cleaning his backside, requesting that she do it again,” she said.

“You can pull my pants back up now,” he finally said, according to the crew member.

The union urged the airline to establish standard operation procedures, including making sure that disabled passengers are accompanied by a caretaker.

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