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Mouse Spotted in a First Class Lounge, Hilarity Ensues

Mouse Spotted in a First Class Lounge, Hilarity Ensues
Meg Butler

FlyerTalker GLA Flyer wants to know if anyone in the British Airways forum has any good mice recipes:

I rarely post here, however, I had to share what happened in The Concorde Room. A mouse, nonchalantly strolled past me when I was sitting on the terrace.

It was only a mouse so I was fairly relaxed but let one of the waiting staff know. Clearly there was a communication breakdown as he thought I was trying to order a mouse from the menu. Despite various ways of trying to explain what I was meaning I reverted to making the impression of a mouse eating cheese – I don’t know why but he got it.

No reason for sharing other than amusement – it is still making my chuckle as I think of the impression I was rolling!


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View Comments (4)


  1. GulkanaAlaska

    June 20, 2018 at 6:39 pm

    Clearly you should have Eddie help you:

  2. Jetlagged787

    June 21, 2018 at 4:25 am

    What’s the problem? Just someone’s ESA going for a stroll.

  3. Danwriter

    June 21, 2018 at 8:07 am

    Mice are regular visitors to airports and clubs —we had one in the AC years ago — as well on the airplanes themselves:
    The amount of dropped edibles in those environments makes them a rodent buffet. They’re also the only critters that can fit into basic economy seats.

  4. tenn_ace

    June 25, 2018 at 2:32 pm

    Lucky them it wasn’t my mom who spotted it. The whole T5 would have known about it. )))

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