On Thursday, the scorpion was reportedly spotted emerging from a customer's clothing on Flight 1035 from Houston to Ecuador.
On a different plane, thankfully.
For their time and rattled nerves, passengers got a meal voucher, United said. The episode delayed the plane's departure for Ecuador for three-and-a-half hours. Mashable reports flight 1035 has, in fact, been delayed; however, the arachnid has not been found. This is the second scorpion-related incident to hit the airline within a month. He grabbed it out of his hair and it fell onto his dinner table.
A scorpion sighting disrupted yet another United Airlines flight on Thursday.
Linda said United apologized for the incident and offered compensation, but she wouldn't elaborate on the terms.
That scorpion sighting occurred on the same day Dr. David Dao was dragged off a flight at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, sparking international outrage.
USA unemployment rate drops to lowest level in decade
James Knightley, a senior economist at ING, said that the decline in wage growth was the "one disappointment" in the figures. The unemployment rate continued to fall and rising wage growth coupled with job gains indicate an economy on the rise.