It’s been a little over two months since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared with 239 people on board, and as the search continues in the Indian Ocean, one Chinese retailer is bringing the plane back in an unexpected way.
A store in the Guangzhou city of the Guangdong province has stocked plush planes among its aliens, mermaids and teddy bears.
Because for some businessperson, 66 days is enough time to wait to start making a profit off of one of the most infamous airplane disappearances ever.
And we’re all left to wonder:
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