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September 24, 2012

Crocodile found roaming in Qantas flight’s cargo hold after escaping from cage

     Melbourne: A crocodile managed to break free from its cage on a Qantas flight last week, and was found roaming free in the cargo hold when the plane touched down in Melbourne. A baggage handler discovered the croc when he opened the cargo hold, Qantas confirmed. The roaming croc was quickly and safely captured and rushed back to its cage without incident, News.com.au reported. According to Qantas’ statement, the Australian Air Express is investigating how the crocodile managed to roam free in the aircraft’s cargo hold. “The investigation is focusing on whether it had been loaded appropriately on delivery to AaE (Australian air Express),” the statement said.
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