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A large scorpion was caught on camera crawling out of an overhead luggage compartment by a Lion Air passenger.
The menacing arachnid was spotted when a woman opened the bin after the February 14 flight landed in Banten in Indonesia.
The article goes on to state the following:
“When the plane had landed, one passenger was taking their things out of the compartment, that’s when suddenly the scorpion appeared above our seat. I was in row 19 with two other passengers, an elderly married couple. When we saw the scorpion above our heads we rushed out as fast as we could,” passenger Karim Taslin said, Strait Times reported.
Taslin reportedly tried calling for cabin crew to assist him in catching the scorpion, but said their delayed response gave the poisonous creature enough time to escape. When crew members arrived and checked the cabin, the scorpion could not be found.
Forget snakes on a plane, these terrified passengers spotted a giant scorpion lurking in the overhead luggage bin. pic.twitter.com/6B71xsGaU4
— SCMP News (@SCMPNews) February 18, 2019
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“To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email email@example.com” Kejadian tak terduga pada penerbangan Lion Air JT 293, Pku-Jkt, 14 Feb 2019. Tiba-tiba muncul kalajengking (scorpion) di tempat penyimpanan bagasi di atas tempat duduk. Persis di atas kepala saya. Semoga ada langkah penanganan yang serius dan pihak Lion Air. #kalajengkingdipesawat #kalajengkingdilionair #hororkalajengkinglionair #terbangbersamakalajengking #scorpionatlionair #flightwithscorpion
Scorpion found on board an Indonesian flight leads to panic | Daily Star: https://t.co/sGl9zvcwHq
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