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Anthony Bourdain American Airlines: Celebrity Chef Takes To Twitter Over Delayed Flight

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Like many celebrities before him, Chef Anthony Bourdain has taken to Twitter to express his ire over an airline situation. Where Alec Baldwin was peeved about turning off his portable electronic device, and Senator Marco Rubio was ticked about delayed or cancelled flights, Bourdain was less than pleased to find out his flight was delayed because someone allegedly defecated on the plane.

Coincidentally, all three instances involved American Airlines.

Judging by Bourdain's other tweets, as well as one by a follower, the chef was en route to the Cayman Islands for the Cayman Cookout.

After a few more tweets and a run to the panini bar, he drops this bombshell: "Latest news is it took #AA two hours to admit a passenger dropped a wet deuce on a seat."

An American Airlines spokesman told HuffPost Travel via e-mail: "The flight in question was delayed approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. We apologize to our customers for the inconvenience."

Bourdain also recently let out his anger against the Travel Channel via twitter, after the network made a commercial with him endorsing a product without having consulted him first.

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