There’s a lost unicorn at Heathrow Airport — help us find its home
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OK, internet: Do your thing.
Sunday night, an adorable unicorn was found stranded at London Heathrow Airport (LHR) in Terminal 2, and we’re trying to find its home.
According to editor and journalist Sarah Doran, the lost and found was closed when the unicorn was discovered at the airport, so the well-loved plush animal is safe and sound in a “temporary London home”.
That’s when some 20.8K people of the Internet (that’s you!) began sharing the story in the hopes of making some magic happen and reuniting the lost unicorn with its owner.
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As of publication time, the owner still has not been found.
So, here’s where you come in. Share this article on your Facebook feed, Twitter, Instagram, MySpace, Friendster (we won’t judge … mostly) or whatever social platforms you use regularly to get the word out.
This certainly wouldn’t be the first instance of the internet helping travelers find prized possessions lost at airports.
Last November, a man lost his special necklace at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). And in July, Norfolk International Airport (ORF) also tried to reunite a lost stuffed animal, named Cookie Dough, with its owner — but before she was returned, airport police took her on an adorable adventure.
Manchester Airport (MAN) also worked to reunite a floppy-eared plush toy with its owner last year.
We’re counting on you all — no pressure.
Featured image courtesy of Manuela Galizia/EyeEm/Getty Images.
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