A giant rabbit died on United flight, which destined to be the world’s biggest rabbit. Another nightmare for the United Airlines, after a shocking paid passenger drag from the plane.
According to the daily Sun newspaper, a rabbit from the United Kingdom set to become the world’s largest rabbit, has died on a United airlines international flight.
The rabbit, called Simon, was a continental largest rabbit were taking from London Heathrow airport to Chicago O’Hare airport but it was found dead upon reach to the airport.
— The Sun (@TheSun) April 25, 2017
Annette Edwards, who was the owner of the giant rabbit said, it was healthy.
Three hours before the flight with United airlines, vets checked Simon and they found it was fit to travel, Annette said to the Sun.
She also added, something very weird happened and I want to what really went wrong that her rabbit died on the flight.
The super-giant rabbit was 3 ft. long and 10 months old bunny, it was still growing. Simon was expected to grow more than its father, Darius, which was 4 ft. tall. In 2010, 6th April Darius placed its name as the longest rabbit in the world Guinness record book.