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Looney Tunes Landing Announcement By Southwest Flight Attendant Goes Viral

These days, taking a flight anywhere might make you feel a looney. Faced with long security wait times and overcrowded aircrafts, it’s no wonder plane passengers are so eager to get off their flight once they’ve touched down at their arrival destination. However, there is one Southwest Airlines flight attendant who’s looking to make passengers flights a bit more animated.

A video recently surfaced online of an attendant named Zach Haumesser giving one amazing landing announcement to passenger after they landed in Chicago last week. The part-time puppeteer put his vocal talents to use as he impersonated plenty of famous Looney Tunes characters, making it seem as if characters like Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig were all sitting in coach.

Zach began his hilarious speech with a familiar phrase from Elmer Fudd as he told passengers, “Be vewy, vewy quiet. We have weached your destination.”

The attendant went on to use the voices of other famous cartoon characters like Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, Sylvester, Yosemite Sam, and Pepe Le Pew. Unsurprisingly, it was Bugs Bunny who asked folks to be be careful when they went to get their overhead luggage to avoid getting a bump on the noggin. And, as for The Road Runner, the character’s infamous “Meep-Meep!” wrapped up Zach's performance.

The video was taken by one of Zach’s co-workers, Jordy Elizabeth. She posted the video to the Internet and wrote on Facebook, “This is just one of the million reasons why I LOVE my job. Zach is such a great guy to work with!”

Unsurprisingly, the video has gone viral as frustrated travelers watch the footage and then promptly wish they had Zach working on their own flights. The video has been viewed over 4 million times on Youtube, and dozens of news outlets have reached out to Zach for comments about his animated ramblings.

[H/T] NBC Bay Area