In Jurassic Park, when the party arrives on Isla Nublar, Dr. Alan Grant discovers his seat belt has two female ends. He makes it work, foreshadowing that in nature as well, a population of only females can "make it work" — the dinosaurs are breeding!
How on earth can a seat with two female belts have ever passed inspection?
Or is there something else going on? I'm not familiar with the model of helicopter, but can there have been a mistake, where the people in the seats next to him — John Hammond and Dr. Ellie Sattler — took the wrong belt, leaving him with a female end where he should've had a male end?
Labeling the seats from A to D, with Dr. Grant in seat A, Dr. Sattler in seat B, and Hammond in C, and belts labeled F and M, is the following configuration possible in this model helicopter?
That means the helicopter needs to have four seats in a row. Does this model have four seats in a row?
Or did Dr. Grant leave someone else with two male ends?
Is there another solution that explains why he failed to locate the correct belt? Or is there no excuse and should an anonymous mechanic have gotten a citation?
Basically, my question boils down to:
Does this model helicopter have a configuration with four seats in a row?
If not, is there any other explanation other than a wrongly installed belt?