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(Shanghai Daily)   Eleven live rats found under business class seat on Chinese airliner. In related news, Chinese rats now fly business class   ( divider line
    More: Sick, business class, East China, airliners, emergency plan, rats, seats  
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2013-10-14 06:32:30 PM  
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I can just see the maintenance report...

They found another rat in the cabin the next day after the closure. The quarantine measures were lifted after a search found no more evidence of rodents.

Problem: Mouse RAT in cockpit.
Solution: Cat installed.
2013-10-14 06:24:09 PM  
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FrancoFile: The brownies are ranching them.  That explains the low cost of labor in China.


Fun fact: in China you can buy fake milk, fake eggs, fake anything as long as it's cheaper to produce than the real thing. No, customers do not knowingly buy fake eggs or milk, it just turns up in the stores. Rat would be easy enough to process into any manner of "mainstream" meats or products.
2013-10-14 05:55:37 PM  
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Ensayia: It's 1 momma rat and 10 teeny baby rats, not 11 full size rats.

They probably would have heard the noise from 11 rats crammed under a seat.

/prior pet rat owner
//rats are awesome

Ratty anchor babies?
2013-10-14 05:43:33 PM  
1 vote:
Typical shiat-hole china.
2013-10-14 05:42:07 PM  
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brantgoose: They can't take off while they're one rat short of a dozen.

FTA, they found the 12th the next day. But that's not the scary part:

ELEVEN live rats were found on a plane arriving for repair on September 30 at southeast China's Xiamen Airport, which inspection and quarantine authorities said was the most rats they had ever detected on an inbound plane.

Apparently they find fewer than 11 rats on a regular basis and it's no big deal.
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