news Thursday, April 09, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | April 4, 2015 | 10:30 am. IST It’s a bird, its a plane, ….No, it’s actually a pig.  Taking a flight out of the Chennai International Airport has its own perks for many travellers.  Pigeons flying in and out of waiting terminals at the airport are a common sight. However, after recent instances of various animals making their way into the airport, this time only, it was a pig that made its way into the area, reported The New Indian Express.  On Friday, CISF personnel at the airport noticed a black baby pig which had made its way through a narrow pipe and almost into the airport’s complex, reported The New Indian Express.  Though the airport has seen its share of dogs and monkeys evading security, several unsuccessful attempts to capture the 20 kg piglet were made before it was caught.  Stuck in the drain pipe, both the CISF and the Blue Cross worked together in getting the pig out of the drain without any harm, said the report. After its capture, the piglet was handed over to the veterinary hospital at the Arignar Anna zoological park
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