According to her, she repeatedly voiced her distress, but each time she closed her mouth, another fart would be released.
She went on to explain that the situation became so unbearable that it woke up another passenger who had been asleep on the same plane.
In her words:
“That reminds me. If you were the person farting every 10 – 15 mins straight on Royal Air Maroc (Lagos to Casablanca) on the 21st of May from 7:10 am to 11:30 am, I want to let you know that you’re very wicked.
“I prayed to God to either block my nostrils or block your anus. You’re very wicked. Very very wicked. I almost ran mad.
“I started speaking very loudly on a 4 hr flight. Saying “THIS IS UNFAIR! I CANNOT BREATHE. HOW CAN I BE ON A 4-HOUR FLIGHT AND NOT BE ABLE TO BREATHE PROPERLY” You heard me loud & clear and as soon as I finished you dropped another one and I want to let you know that you’re mad.
“I sprayed perfume into a face mask and wore it and I could still smell it. Like the prev dose of fart will be lingering in the air and this person would drop another one. I could tell which was old and which was new. It was a never-ending cycle of air pollution.”
Reacting to this, @MaryAfọlábí wrote: “I’m laughing so hard, tears are running. Likeeeee, what is this description?? But still, I can’t imagine how terrible this experience was for you, when it was happening. Must’ve been harrowing. Mehnnnnn.”