Underwear? Check. Commemorative t-shirt? Check. Giant rotting fish? Check.

One passenger on a flight from Amsterdam, Netherlands to Detroit, Michigan proved just how weird some people can get when it comes to packing their carry-on, forcing the aircraft to head back to the European capital after a rotting fish in their bag rained maggots into the cabin.

Roughly two hours into the eight-hour trek, disaster struck when a suitcase filled with maggots spilled from the overhead compartment, coating a few very unlucky passengers in the creepy, crawly critters.

“I don’t really know what was going through my mind. I was trying to process it – disgust is one thing of course,” Iowan Philip Schotte recalled of the now viral incident, noting that they “had to wait there for help to actually come.”

As flight crew worked to clean up the disgusting mess, the pilots apparently decided enough was enough, turning the flight back around to Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, where the bag was taken to be destroyed. The bag’s owner was ultimately detained.

Though we have yet to learn what happened to the maggot-stowing passenger, Twitter had a whole lot of thoughts on the incident as a whole.

“This is actually worse than the plane crаshing,” wrote @kirawontmiss.

“Baby I woulda put one in my ear and sued them for all they ever had,” added @BDTRELILBROTHER.

Meanwhile, @LuckyMcGee wondered whether a broader conspiracy was secretly behind this incident and several others.

“I’m starting to wonder if this sudden barrage of airplane horror stories of maggots and doors flying off are even real, or if they are just a hoax propagated to get people to stop flying on airplanes for climate change or some s—t” they wrote. Because it’s kinda working.”

But regardless of whether or not this maggot shower is the work of big environmentalists, we know Greta Thunberg is out there somewhere with a knowing smirk on her face.