The man is also said to have pulled off his shirt and attempted to flush it mid-flight.
Airport Operations said the Boeing 777 was grounded overnight for maintenance.
The passenger was reportedly cooperative when he was met by airport authorities and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in Anchorage.
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The plane, carrying over 200 passengers from Chicago to Hong Kong, landed in Anchorage on Thursday evening due to a "passenger smearing faeces everywhere", Fox News reported on Friday. "We provided hotel accommodations for our customers and are working to get them to their destinations as quickly as possible", United told The Washington Post in a statement.
No one was injured during the incident, KTUU reports.
The plane made its emergency landing in Anchorage just before 6:30 p.m. local time, according to data from FlightAware, a live flight tracking website.
"I've heard of flights getting diverted, not here, because toilets overflowed and that blue water was rolling down the aisle", Kevin Ploehn, the Billings director of aviation and transit told The Billings Gazette.