When you go on a Southwest flight, you aren't expecting to have an amazing time flying, but a flight attendant changed that for some people recently. NBC Washington shared that Zach Haumesser impersonated nearly a dozen characters from the show Looney Tunes when giving the landing announcement at the end of the flight. Of course, this made Zach go viral, and everyone can't stop talking about it.

What did Zach Haumesser have to say?

Zach actually impersonated a lot of characters from Looney Tunes, and the fans loved it.

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He acted like Porky Pig, Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird, Pepe Le Pew and the Tasmanian Devil among other characters. This video was posted on YouTube and at this time has over 4 million views and is still climbing. 

Zach shocked everyone as he welcomed them to Chicago in the various voices. You could hear people laughing in the background. As Elmer Fudd, he said, "Be vewy, vewy quiet, we have reached your destination." Zach sounded like Bugs Bunny and said, "You wouldn’t wanna get a bump on the noggin." 

How did this go viral for Zach? 

The post went viral after being posted on Facebook by a girl named Jordan and then she also posted on YouTube under the name Jordy Girl.

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This was her first post on YouTube, and she already has over 2k subscribers, plus the 4.5 million views. It was only posted five days ago. When Jordy Elizabeth posted it on her Facebook page, she said, "This is just one of the million reasons why I LOVE my job."

Zach also works as a puppeteerJordan was nice enough to put a link to these videos on her YouTube video, which has to help him out a lot.

You can bet that Zach will be getting a lot of calls for new jobs soon. The people on Southwest flights will be requesting him to be the one on the speaker as well. This one speech has probably changed his life more than he knows.

What do you think of Zach's version of the landing announcement? Do you think that he could have been in trouble had this Looney Tunes video not went viral? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts. 

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