Goats with a flatulence have forced a Singapore Airlines aeroplane down.
The plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Bali airport after a smoke alarm was triggered
Flight SQ7108 was enroute from Australia to Kuala Lumpur.
A spokesman for the SIA said: ‘On 26 October 2015, a Singapore Airlines Cargo Boeing 747 freighter aircraft carrying a shipment of goats, operating as SQ7108 from Adelaide to Kuala Lumpur diverted to Bali after the crew received a warning from the onboard fire alarm system.
‘The aircraft landed at 5.11pm local time and upon inspection, no evidence of fire or smoke was found.
‘The aircraft was certified serviceable and departed at 8.20pm local time.
‘It delivered its shipment safety to its destination in Kuala Lumpur at 11.16pm local time.’