Travelers at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport were left with few places to go Sunday morning.
A water main break at the airport around 7 a.m. Sunday forced officials to close about a dozen restrooms at Terminal 1 due to lower water pressure, Melissa Scovronski with the Metropolitan Airports Commission told BringMeTheNews.
By noon the water pressure was back to normal and officials began reopening restrooms, the airport tweeted.
While the restrooms were out of order, airport officials directed people to use restrooms in the terminal that were still working properly, Scovronski said.
Some folks took to Twitter about the issue, including one person who tweeted that Delta used a 747 as a "potty plane," but Scvronski was skeptical, and could not confirm this actually happened. Delta could not be reached for comment.
Others cracked jokes and shared their grievances on social media.