Wed, Sep 07, 2011
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What do Boeing 757s and elephants have in common? They both turn
back when confronted with a mouse!
Fox News reports a Nepal Airlines 757 scheduled for departure
from Katmandu to Bangkok Monday never took off after a mouse ran
out of a food pantry, and made his way toward the back of the
plane. The crew reportedly canceled the flight until they could
find the rodent.
Nepal Airlines spokesman Raju K.C. told the Associated Press the
mouse likely boarded the plane via a food-catering truck.
The crew managed to get the jet towed to a hangar and evacuated
before the passengers even saw the mouse. The airline tells the
Associated Press the plane will not fly again until the rodent is
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