Flight from Durban to Johannesburg delayed after foetus was found in aircraft toilet

Flight FA411, from Durban to Johannesburg, had to be delayed  after a foetus was discovered in the plane’s toilet.
In a statement, Flysatair stated that authorities were immediately alerted and arrived on the scene to investigate.
“Upon final checks of the waste management system, our teams encountered a finding which requires formal investigation from technical teams and police authorities. The issue has unfortunately meant that the aircraft would be unable to operate this flight,” read the statement.
Provincial SAPS spokesperson, Colonel Thembeka Mbele said the foetus was discovered in the early hours of a Friday.
“A case of concealment of birth has been opened,” she added.
While FlySafair would not comment on the findings, it said its teams were working with the relevant parties to initiate a backup plan.  Full text of fly safer statement reads:
Flysatair regret to inform customers of a delay to flight FA411 this morning from Durban to Johannesburg.
Upon final checks of the waste management system our teams encountered a finding which requires formal investigation from technical teams and police authorities.  The issue which has unfortunately meant that the aircraft would be unable to operate this flight.
At this stage we are unable to comment on the finding other than to say that the relevant authorities were immediately alerted and are performing a though investigation.  FlyStatair will do anything we can to assist them in their efforts.