If you fly a lot then you’ve heard the airline safety instructions enough times that you could probably drone right along with the flight attendant. While the safety procedures are important, most people tend to tune them out when they fly. And while the chances of you actually needing to use the safety measures are slim, if there ever was an emergency most people on an airplane wouldn’t have a clue what to do.

That’s why Southwest Airlines encourages their flight attendants to make the announcements in unique ways, whether that is with a song or dance or funny voice.

Southwest flight attendant Zach Haumesser took the airline’s suggestion to heart and came up with a creative and hilarious way to present the safety instructions. A coworker captured his monologue recently and one thing’s for sure – it’s definitely memorable!

Zach does the entire speech in the voices of several different Looney Tunes characters, including Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Elmer Fudd, and the Tasmanian Devil. This guy is definitely talented! If he ever decides to give up flying he could become a voice actor!

Click below to see for yourself why Zach’s safety instructions have been going viral!

 

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