Cheetah Selfishly Delays Qantas Flight

Cheetah Takes Too Long to Board Aircraft

It’s always the cheetah that’s the last one on the plane. You’d think that the world’s fastest land animal would get its shit together a little quicker when it comes time to travel.

Eventually, the cheetah didn’t even take the flight, so the other passengers were stuck on the tarmac for nearly an hour for nothing. Note to big cats: don’t ever do this to your fellow passengers.

This selfish cheetah was on its way from Perth Zoo to Adelaide’s Monarto Zoo, and somehow booked its flight via Melbourne.

The aircraft was delayed for about 50 minutes before staff decided the animal would catch a later flight.”I guess its an unusual PA announcement to hear, but rest assured our ground staff are very well-trained to deal with this sort of thing,” a Qantas spokeswoman said.

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Stand up, coach class! Don’t let apex-predator prima donnas mess up your journey with their me-me-me antics.

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