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Bat Terrorizes Airplane Passengers

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A bat got loose on an Atlanta-bound flight last week, forcing horrified passengers to duck for cover.

| August 15, 2011

A bat got loose on an Atlanta-bound flight last week, forcing horrified passengers to duck for cover, NBC Los Angeles reports.

The flying mammal appeared about 15 minutes after Delta flight 5121, operated by Atlantic Southeast Airlines, took off from Madison, Wis., on Friday, and cruised around the cabin above passengers' heads.

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Source: http://www.nbclosangeles.com

 

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