It's no secret that traveling can be a pain. For most people, spending a number of hours on a cramped, stuffy airplane is not ideal. Throw in expensive meals (that years ago you didn't have to pay for) and a small viewing screen with poor audio on the seat in front of you, and you can see why some people are off-put by this mode of travel. Sure, the end destination will keep your spirits up - that is, if you're headed on vacation - but that won't take away the suffering you may or may not experience while on a metal tube shooting through the sky at incredible speeds.
Alas, people fly every day, at all times of the day. One Amsterdam airline is doing their part to ease one potential problem of taking long trips. At KLM airlines, if you happen to leave a personal belonging on a flight, they'll do their best to track you down. But you've likely seen a lost and found service like this one. KLM has recruited one special guest to help them return items: Sherlock the Beagle.
Watch him in action below.