A United Airlines flight was delayed Thursday after reports that a scorpion had crawled from a passenger’s clothes.
KTLA 5 reports United Flight 1035 from Houston to Quito, Ecuador, was delayed for over three hours as customers were directed to a different plane before taking off.
Daniel Dueñas, a passenger, tweeted, “The captain of my flight just told us it’s a scorpion on the plane???!!!!! Good job United!”
In a statement to KPRC2, the airline said no one was stung or injured.
“Houston to Quito flight 1035 returned to the gate after a scorpion reportedly emerged from a customer’s clothing,” the statement read. “Paramedics at the gate immediately examined the customer and determined that he had not been stung. The customer declined further medical treatment and, as a precaution, a new aircraft was arranged. We provided all passengers with a meal voucher due to the delay and the flight, with the customer aboard, has departed for Quito.”
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This is the latest in a series of incidents for United Airlines. In April, a United passenger was stung by a scorpion, according to The Washington Post. Later that month, a Mexican man was accused of trafficking his own child on a United Airlines flight.
United Airlines also made headlines in early April after aggressively dragging a passenger off their plane after they wouldn’t volunteer their seat on an overbooked flight.
The passenger and the airline reached a confidential settlement.