Please Go Potty Before We Leave

A Japanese airline has started asking passengers to go to the toilet before boarding in a bid to reduce carbon emissions.

All Nippon Airways (ANA) claims that empty bladders mean lighter passengers, a lighter aircraft and thus lower fuel use.

Airline staff will be present at boarding gates in terminals to ask passengers waiting to fly to relieve themselves before boarding, The Independent reported.

ANA hopes the weight saved will lead to a five-tonne reduction in carbon emissions over the course of 30 days.
Global warming is being used as an excuse for the craziest crap you have ever seen, and it will only get worse. It started with governments passing stupid legislation, and now it is private companies. When will the madness end? Don't tell me when to pee, I'm not four years old. Don't control any aspect of my life under the guise of an invisible threat.

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