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This just in, we have received incredibly important news. Our reporters have ditched the efforts to rescue those hungry African kids and instead focus on the super important update from a Saudi Prince. The Saudi Prince, a man of exquisite tastes and eccentric behavior, has decided to travel with unique passengers. The prince had traveled with 80 falcons before back in 2017. Sources report that the incident happened when the Saudi prince had invited 80 people to his party, and all of them ditched him on the spot. Heartbroken and angry, the prince decided to give his falcons a chance. According to the sources, the prince claimed to have ‘thoroughly enjoyed’ the company of the birds.
“They are far better than humans. They don’t backbite, they don’t talk back and most importantly, they don’t file a report against you if you express your love to them,” says the Saudi prince.
After the successful travel and ‘no restraining orders within 24 hours’ as claimed by the prince, the royal has decided to keep giving animals a chance.
“I have learned that animals are far better than humans. They don’t scream at you while you try to do shirtless poses, and they don’t make fun of your body. They also don’t try to take your video and make it viral on the internet. I mean all I did was dance shirtless,” says the Saudi Prince.
It seems the Saudi Prince was just getting started with the habit of traveling with the animals. Only recently, the sources report that the royal had booked a plan with seats reserved for camels. He has also announced his plans of traveling with at least a hundred goats later on.
When asked why, the Saudi Prince said, “Well, at first, I was fond of the birds. But then one of them cawed at me when I tried flirting with it. Now, I am giving mammals a chance.”
Reports claim that now, the Saudi Prince will also look forward to traveling with fish and amphibians once he has gotten tired of the mammals.