Pakistani Airline Crew Behead Black Goat on Tarmac for Safety: After a Pakistan International Airlines jet recently crashed and killed all 47 people aboard, the airline grounded and inspected all of it’s planes before finally approving them to fly again – but not before the ground crew beheaded a black goat on the tarmac moments before the aircraft took off – just to be on the safe side.
Wow, that flight crew isn’t “kidding” around. Sounds like something must have really gotten their goat. When the airline was asked to explain the action, they declined by saying that “obviously, the science behind this is rather complicated.” That said, it seems pretty obvious that nothing spells air safety quite like a dead goat lying on the runway. Guess we don’t need to ask what the inflight meal was.
Anyway, just in case anyone is wondering, the plane did land safely. Kind of hard to argue with that kind of success. And hey, I’m the first to admit that I’ve been tempted to sacrifice a goat or two after being on the line for hours with my computer’s tech support. But don’t worry, I’d never eat the goat, because I’m vegetarian.
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