I realise that was a poor text above. Let me tell it to you guys more as an article.
The plane had just taken off from Milano heading for Cuba sunday afternoon. Suddenly flames were seen from one of the engines. The passengers were worried as they saw the flames and could smell the smoke in the cabin, but the pilot remained calm. He said "Everything is under control, we had engine trouble, but it is ok now. We will make it across the atlantic."
He then continued "However due to some worried travelers we will vote for wether we return to Milan for an emergency landing or not. Those of you who wish to turn around, raise your hands now." Practically all of them did.
The plane arrived safely back at milan after dumping fuel. The passengers were offered to fly to Cuba on a different plane, but several refused. Can you blame them?
"If guns don't kill people, people kill people - does that mean toasters don't toast toast, toast toast toast?"