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Passengers on a Singapore Airlines (SIA) plane traveling to London had to deal with a bird that somehow got on the plane last week.
According to the Straight Times, SIA flight SQ322 was en route from Changi Airport Singapore to London's Heathrow Airport on January 7 when the bird revealed itself 12 hours into the 14-hour journey.
A video was shared on Facebook of the bird inside the plane:
The bird was identified as a myna and seen perching on top of headrests and luggage before members of the cabin crew worked with business-class passengers finally caught the bird.
A spokesperson for SIA said the captured myna was turned over to animal quarantine authorities once the plane landed safely in London. The carrier did not reveal how it believes the bird got on the plane.
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