Bergen Airport

Who left this rat at Norway’s Bergen Airport?

You may also be aware the heartwarming information and social media posts about airports running hard to reunite left at the back of filled animals with their rightful owners.

Like the tale of 5-12 months-old Ezekiel, who was reunited with the teddy undergo he left at the back of at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport (MKE) last month.

Or, the story that possibly began the heartwarming “airports is going-all-out-to-reunite stuffed animal with child” fashion. Back in 2015, Tampa International Airport took a crammed tiger named Hobbes on an airport journey earlier than sending Hobbes home.

We love those testimonies.

So, while making our way via Norway’s Bergen Airport (BGO) closing week at about 5 am we did a double-take when had been spotted a crammed rat taped to a lane post.

It was very early in the morning. But we did word that Bergen Airport is spotless. So it didn’t seem in all likelihood that the filled rat was there as a social comment. Nor did it seem like an reputable guidepost to factor tourists to their gates.

So all we should conclude was that this crammed rat had been left in the back of by means of a small toddler. And that it is able to soon display up on Bergen Airport’s social media feed searching for its proprietor.

We’ll take a look at again to see.

Other amenities spotted at Bergen Airport

Besides the stuffed rat, there are a few different attractions at Bergen Airport that made us smile.

The signal for the toilet employs the hard-to-omit accepted symbols for “gotta go, now.”

And the kids’ play location inside the primary terminal place has this amusing hopscotch board with an plane, of course, inside the pinnacle container.

Have you spotted a groovy amenity (or a stuffed rat) and an airport? Send us a photograph and we’ll try and include it in a future publish on Airport Search.