A Singapore Airlines flight, headed towards London’s Heathrow Airport, saw a mynah travel in it with all the business class passengers.
A bird was found on board a Singapore Airlines flight
There might be a reason for you to get jealous of a common bird, because it just got to enjoy a certain privilege that you may never get a chance to.
A Singapore Airlines flight, headed towards London’s Heathrow Airport, saw a unique passenger travel in it with all the business class passengers. The stowaway mynah got into the air carrier and had the luxury of travelling in the luxurious class. The crazy part – nobody noticed it.
The mynah travelled with all the passengers for almost 12 hours, and a normal Singapore to London flight takes abut 14 hours.
The news was confirmed by a spokesperson from the airline, saying that a bird was found on board SQ322 on January 7. “It was subsequently caught by cabin crew with the assistance of some of the passengers on board.”
The video was posted on Facebook and since then has gone viral on social media.
And the reactions will really crack you up:
In the video, one can see a mynah perched on top of a passenger’s seat, totally enjoying the pleasures of a business class flight. A steward tries to catch it but fails to grab the bird.
However, the poor bird never got to enjoy the luxuries completely, it was later captured by an air steward with the help of passengers on board.
After getting captured, the bird was handed over to animal quarantine authorities once the aircraft landed in London.