American Airlines can seem to stay out of the news these days.

On Monday, the airline was accused of throwing a woman with a big cello out of the plane even though she paid for a separate sit for it.

Then, on Wednesday, news made the rounds that a human fetus was found on one of their flights.

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American Airlines spokesperson Justin Franco told TIME magazine that flight 1429 came in to La Guardia Airport from Charlotte, North Carolina on Monday and was parked overnight.

A cleaner readying the flight so it could go back to Charlotte on Tuesday morning discovered the fetus, Franco said.

The cleaner notified a supervisor, who contacted law enforcement.

The New York City Chief Medical Examiner’s office is investigating the fetus to determine exactly how it died, a spokesperson told TIME.

Franco said the airline is “working with law enforcement to piece together what happened.”

“As we continue to learn more about this tragic and sensitive situation, we are actively cooperating with law enforcement in their investigation,” reads a statement from American Airlines.

The flight was delayed in returning to Charlotte on Tuesday morning, and passengers were accommodated, Franco said. The plane is back in passenger service now.

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