Airline Employee Dresses Up as T. Rex to Guide Plane
It was part of "Spirit Week" for Southwest Airlines.
A Southwest Airlines employee dressed up in a T. rex costume to guide a plane to its parking spot as part of the airline’s spirit week.
The dinosaur was seen ushering the plane in at Orlando International Airport on Monday.
The airport took to Facebook to share the hilarious moment.
“To those who can't start their week until they see a video of a T. rex marshalling an aircraft to the gate at MCO: You're welcome,” they wrote.
Commenters said the post made their day.
“Wouldn't you love to look out the window and see that!” wrote one Facebook user.
Airport employees also joked about the dinosaur's attire.
“Looks like that safety vest is a bit snug. Should have ordered the rex-tra large. We'll see ourselves out,” they wrote.
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