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Southwest's Looney Tunes Flight Attendant Goes Viral (Video)

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Southwest flight attendant Jach Haumesser. (Screengrab via Jordy Girl Youtube post)

By    |   Tuesday, 06 Sep 2016 08:22 AM

Southwest Airlines' Looney Tunes impersonations by flight attendant Zach Haumesser have become a big social media hit with millions of views on YouTube.

Haumesser's impersonations of Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, and Daffy Duck, among others, won chuckles and applause from passengers in a video that was posted on Sept. 2. Since then, it has received more than 3.5 million views.

KCBS-TV in Los Angeles said Haumesser, who is also a professional puppeteer, was recorded on a flight that was traveling to Chicago sometime in late August. Media reports didn't says where the flight originated.

The video received another 164,000 views on YouTube after being posted by a fellow Southwest flight attendant.

"Running through the gauntlet of Looney Tunes' greatest characters, from Elmer Fudd to Bugs Bunny to Pepe Le Pew, he shows some great acting chops that may help him land a voiceover gig or two," said Marcus Gilmer of Mashable.

The captured video of the flight attendant was highlighted Monday on CNN's "New Day" and won praise from many on Twitter and Facebook.

 

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