Cops Track Thief Over Snore & Mouse Grounds Plane
It’s not ’Plane’ Sailing For One Mouse
A flight from Stockholm to Chicago, was grounded today after a mouse was spotted in the aircraft.
A security guard spotted the rodent on floor on the SAS Airbus 330 flight.
They set a load of traps and carried out a thorough search on board but weren’t able to find the mouse.
The plane will remain grounded until they can find the mouse because of safety concerns.
Stranded US traveller James Roach quipped: “This is the most expensive mouse in the history of humankind.”
A flight from New York’s JFK airport to London Heathrow in 2009 was delayed when a mouse was spotted in the cabin.
A thief was caught by cops on Sunday after this loud snoring gave away his hiding place.
When police investigated a suspicious vehicle parked outside a building in South Brunswick, New Jersey following a commercial robbery, three men legged it.
One was caught straight away while another was picked up at a nearby motel an hour later.
When police returned to the scene of the alleged crime two hours after the incident, they heard a noise above a refrigeration unit in the basement.
Investigating the noise, they found the third suspect, Israel Cortes asleep and snoring.