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Passengers aboard a Newark-bound Spirit Airlines flight were in for a surprise during their journey on Wednesday when a bat appeared and flew back and forth through the cabin, causing chaos, confusion, and delight.
Peter Scattini who was onboard the flight tweeted a video of the bat, writing: "Me, twice a year: 'I'll never fly spirit again.' Me, this morning, after deciding I'd rather save 12 dollars."
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Scattini, who said his Spirit flight cost just $57, followed up: "I also want to make clear that this bat appeared WHILE WE WERE 30 MINUTES INTO OUR FLIGHT.
"Where it came from? No idea. Eventually someone trapped it between a book & a cup and then locked it in one of the restrooms for the remainder of the trip."
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In another video of the incident posted to Twitter, a man says: "It's the Batplane!"
"Hey Batman," says a woman as the panicked creature flaps its wings and flies over the heads of passengers.
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Spirit Airlines did not respond immediately to Newsweek's request for comment.
Also on Thursday, a Southwest Airlines attendant surprised passengers on a Nashville to Philadelphia flight when she burst out of an overhead luggage compartment.
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Veronica Lloyd, the passenger who filmed the moment and shared it on social media, told Fox News she was "perplexed" by the attendant's actions, noting she was up...
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