A farting politician shut down a session of parliament in Kenya as members blamed each other for the offending smell.
The row broke out in the Homa Bay county assembly on Wednesday after one lawmaker accused a colleague of ‘polluting the air’.
Drama unfolded in a Kenyan regional assembly on Wednesday after one member of the House farted during a heated debate, bringing proceedings to a standstill.
The lawmakers at Homa Bay County Assembly had returned from a lunch break in a hot afternoon and were having a debate about market stalls when it was interrupted by a foul smell, according to local media Nairobi Wire.
The Member of the County Assembly (MCA) for Homa Bay Town East ward, Juma Awuor, was on the floor discussing the heated topic when he was interrupted by the presiding speaker Edwin Kakach.