You’ve heard of rat rods. How about rat planes?
Rats. Five unwanted passengers grounded a Qantas 767 at Sydney Airport yesterday.
Flight attendants discovered the five rodents in a storage compartment just before the passengers were due to embark on the Brisbane-bound flight at 5 p.m. Passengers were transferred to a rat-free plane.
A Qantas spokesperson told AAP they were “baby rats” and the airline “was currently investigating how they got into the aircraft,” Sky News reports.
- Qantas rat plane to fly again on Thursday (news.theage.com.au)
- Stowaway rats force Qantas to ground jet (theage.com.au)
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