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A Delta Airlines flight from Atlanta, Georgia to Barcelona, Spain was diverted back to its original airport after a passenger experienced an "onboard medical issue," which was reportedly a case of "diarrhea all the way through the plane."

According to Fox Business, Delta Flight DL194 was about two hours into its eight-hour flight when it turned around over Virginia and headed back to Atlanta.

A shared audio recorded was shared on social media, on the recording, a pilot tells air traffic control, "This is a biohazard issue."

"We’ve had a passenger who’s had diarrhea all the way through the airplane, so they want us to come back to Atlanta," the pilot added.

A Delta spokesperson confirmed there was no emergency landing because of the biohazard situation, but the flight did return to its original airport.

There were 336 passengers onboard the flight that landed without further incident the following day, 8 hours and 6 minutes behind schedule.

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