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Maybe he was seeing off a friend?
Officials within the Israel Airport Authority and the land department of the Ministry of Agriculture are reportedly stumped by a donkey, which was in Terminal 1, Tel-Aviv and Ben-Gurion Airport sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
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The images of the four-legged intruder, which is estimated to be 4 or 5 years old, it shows you the formula to make the way in the airport’s departure hall of Terminal 1, passengers and staff. A woman can be heard from very angry to laughing like the donkey being led through the airport by the hotel staff.
The workers allegedly gave the animals food and water, to the alarm of the officers of the Department of Agriculture, who came for the pick up of the mules, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) reported.
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The officials of the ministry, can’t find any identifying tags or chips that would indicate who was the owner of the animal. As of Wednesday, “we do not know where the donkey came from, or how it came to be at the airport,” according to the JTA.
The animal was reported to be in good health, the Times of Israel added.
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The mule is currently in use by the Department of Agriculture, which plans to put the animals up for adoption.