Airplane announcements are important for everyone's safety, but they're also usually monotonous. They can be even more boring for flight attendants, who may repeat them several times a day. A Southwest crewman used his talent and changed the safety instructions to keep things light. A viral video shows flight attendant Zach Haumesser making an announcement imitating the voices of many Looney Tunes characters.
In the 2016 clip, Haumesser can be seen sitting at the front of the plane holding an intercom. When he lands in Chicago, he speaks to the passengers one last time. "Shut up, we've got your target," Haumesser says in his best Elmer Fudd voice. He then channels his inner Bugs Bunny and instructs the passengers to carefully retrieve their luggage from the overhead bins. "You don't want to join the crowd," he says. Haumesser also nails the voices of Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, Yosemite Sam, Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird, the Tasmanian Devil and Porky Pig before sending it all off with Roadrunnerand#039's famous "Beep Beep" sound. Amazed by his skills, his teammates and passengers alike applauded him.
Although many viewers felt that Haumesser was too talented to just shine on a plane, being a flight attendant is just her day job. Haumesser is not only an experienced voice actor, but he is also a puppeteer. She took on the role of Audrey 2 in many productions of Little Shop of Horrors. Even better, sometimes his two passions merge - like when he made an in-flight announcement to Kermit the Frog.