Jack Hanna, Flamingo Stuck in Turnstile

March 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2008, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p74
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The article reports that Jack Hanna and a flamingo have been trapped while trying to squeeze an airport security turnstile in the Ohio State University Airport in Columbus, Ohio. It took firefighters to get the flamingo out. According to Hanna, animal expert and the director emeritus of the Columbus Zoo, the only way to leave the tarmac was through a 10-foot-tall metal turnstile with several horizontal bars which is not the easiest exit to squeeze when traveling with a boxed-up animals.


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