A Southwest Airlines flight attendant knows just how to get weary passengers' attention.
Zach Haumesser impersonated multiple characters from the classic Warner Bros. cartoon series "Looney Tunes" as the plane prepared to touch down in Chicago on Thursday.
Haumesser began the announcements as Elmer Fudd, directing passengers to be "vewy, vewy quiet."
He then launched into a Bugs Bunny imitation as he warned travelers about potentially shifted luggage overhead.
"You wouldn't want to get a bump on the noggin," he said before wishing luck to the Utah Valley University men's soccer team, which was on the flight.
Elmer Fudd returned when Haumesser interrupted himself, saying, "Oh, you screwy wabbit."
Daffy Duck asked passengers to remain clear of the "doorth" for their "thafety," and Yosemite Sam reminded them to "please, I say, please" check their connecting flights.
A stuttering Porky Pig, Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird and Taz also made appearances.
Fellow flight attendant Jordy Elizabeth posted the video to YouTube and Facebook, saying, "This is just one of the million reasons why I LOVE my job… Zach is such a great guy to work with!"
The video has been viewed more than 2 million times on YouTube and over 140,000 times on Facebook in less than a week.