Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It's a bird on a plane!
According to BBC News, a unique passenger boarded the Singapore Airlines flight to catch a free ride to London.
The stowaway, a mynah bird, was seen in the business class section of the flight on Monday. The bird was on board for some 12 good hours before it caught anyone's eye.
This is as hilarious as it gets, considering birds and planes are practically nemesis. You know, what with sharing the same space for flying and all.
A video was posted online, which is since then going viral. In the video we see, the staff tries to get hold of the li'l birdie, but in vain.
The bird however later gets caught and is handed over to the animal quarantine authorities in London.
Netizens were quick to react on this bird-turned-hitchhiker.
Classic case of “Bird Flew” (sic) 😂😂😂😂— Keith Norris (@Keith2503) January 14, 2019
is that a record for the longest migration by a Mynah?— hemu (@impolitic) January 14, 2019
That's officially the laziest bird of the world. 😂— Luka Z. (@luka_zurst) January 14, 2019
It knew not to travel economy like the rest of us— Traveller (@orpington50) January 14, 2019
That’s definitely a Millennial bird... birds these days ugh— pbizzy (@pbizzy) January 15, 2019
I’ve never flew business class. But this bird has. What am I doing wrong in life— Bradley Earp (@bradleyearp) January 14, 2019
That too on an A380 aircraft. 😁 very choosy too.😄— Sushil Kumar Upadhyay. (@Sushil_bdq) January 14, 2019
Poor bird, must be flying South for winter. Bye Bye, Birdie.
You can watch the video here.