Sometimes the best view comes in big sizes and with another adorable view. Look at how pretty this photo is – a massive dog keeping his focus on the in-flight movie. If it was a dramatic film, we wouldn’t be surprised if he was moved to puppy tears. Now we have learned that movies make a good strategy to keep dogs well-behaved!
The owner of this amazing dog also deserves a pat on the back for training his pet so well, especially in critical situations – like on a flight full of humans – that necessitate good behavior. Who would have thought traveling through the air with a giant dog could be this easy?
Spiders on a Plane
If you thought that the movie "Snakes on a Plane" was terrible, then be glad that you weren't on the flight that had a massive spider on board. It's also pretty clear that this is no tiny, innocent little daddy with long legs, no. This spider is huge and looks like it could really scar some of the passengers that were on this flight.
Yes, some pets are allowed into the plane provided they have the correct accompanying documents and that they are secured for the flight's duration, but a free-roaming tarantula like this one is certainly not welcome on any flight!
Apparently, this man can’t let go of his mini keyboard – he even practiced his piano skills while in the plane. With the sweet melody that tucked him to sleep, we’re worried that he might not perform his important task, considering he’s seated in the emergency exit row.
Obviously, he’s drunk with music and we just hope that the flight was smooth and everyone was okay. We also realized that there are some things that we cannot let go of, not even on short trips. Need we tell more? This photo is proof. Passion and commitment rolled into one with this man who has a deep connection with his music.
Turkey Support Animal
If you thought that crying babies on an airplane was a lot, how about a gobbling turkey? We have already seen how some strange animals can be support animals, like the pig and the kangaroo from earlier, but apparently, turkeys also make good support animals on planes.
Yup, you heard that correctly- turkeys can actually offer a lot of support to their owners, who may find it stressful to fly on a plane. If this is your animal of choice to support you on a flight, then just make sure you keep them with you so they won't wander around the plane like this turkey who is possibly on his way to disrupt the pilots or take over the captain's cockpit.
This guy tried to pull a fast one on a flight, but he obviously didn't get very far, did he? He got it all wrong, and clearly, he didn't research how to stow away on a flight without getting caught. Suppose you want to be sneaky and pull a stowaway stunt successfully. In that case, there are certain things you have to do, and getting into the cabin's hand luggage compartments is obviously not the way to go since someone is going to eventually open up and spot you.
You have to be a lot more discrete about things and rather hide in a suitcase or somehow get into the carry-on baggage area. That way, no one will catch you, and just maybe you'll get away with it. Jokes aside, stowing away is actually really dangerous and illegal, so we do not recommend trying this. At all. Ever.