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Bird boards United flight at San Francisco international airport

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Bird surprises passengers on board of commercial flight

Raw video: Stowaway flies cabin of United Airlines flight before departure from San Francisco International Airport.

The crew of a United Airlines flight was forced to start a small stowaway who do not meet the normal boarding process for zooming in on a plane at the Airport of San Francisco.

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The bird, who apparently does not like with his own wings to fly in from California to Newark, on the one or other way, passed the aircraft on Thursday, while the passengers were boarding.

Jasreen Gupta, a passenger, posted images on Twitter of the stowaway walked through the aisle of the cabin, writing, “LMFAO, there is a bird, yes, a real bird, in this area.”

United confirmed in an e-mail to Fox News that the employees are safe started the flight-hopping freeloader for departure.

“Our employees are safely removed from the small bird who apparently wanted to check out our great metal bird in San Francisco.”

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It is currently unclear whether the bird rebooked yourself on another flight to Newark, or used his own very good wings to fly to the nearest Greyhound terminal, where it attempted to store it in a bus.

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