Escaped poodle delays 14 flights in Tokyo
An escaped poodle caused the closing of a runway at Tokyo Haneda airport for six minutes, disturbing the schedules of 14 flights in total, according to NHK News.
The canine adventure incident occurred in the morning on October 9, 2017 while loading the cage of the poodle to the cargo section Japan Airlines plane, due to take off from Tokyo Haneda airport to Naha in Okinawa (Japan).
The poodle wandered on the runway and the grassy areas around it before the owner came to pick it up 40 minutes later.
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