A cargo plane in Papua, Indonesia tipped down at Wamena Airport, because of Bimoli cooking oil.
The aircraft, which was operated by Tri-M.G. airlines, was flying into the city of Wamena from Timika on Monday afternoon with a shipment of Bimoli oil, among other cargo. During the unloading process, the oil spilled from its container in the center of the plane, coated the floor, and caused all the other cargo to “slump” toward the back of the cabin, reports The Jakarta Post.
Rasburhani, the head of Wamena Airport, confirmed that the plane suffered only minor scratches and was returned to its “normal condition” following the incident.
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A Boeing 737-301SF cargo plane tipped on it’s tail at Wamena Airport. pic.twitter.com/btAdu08Ty3
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April 5th 2017: 737 unloading fail at Wamena Airport, Papua Province, Indonesia! pic.twitter.com/0Pi4yMF18o
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