Watch: Air New Zealand Uses 'Men In Black' To Teach You About Air Safety
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Watch: Air New Zealand Uses 'Men In Black' To Teach You About Air Safety

Air New Zealand Safety Video
Air New Zealand via YouTube

Air New Zealand is well known for their catchy airline safety videos (remember that time they had some of the world's top surfers share the ins and outs of flying?). They're back at it again with another viral video, this time featuring a rap themed around "Men In Black," complete with an adorable talking—and singing!—pug. The footage is more mini-movie than safety video: The plot kicks off with some seriously sci-fi components: door-opening eye-readers that grant access to a body beamer that leads straight into the boss's lair.

The video features a few rugby stars: New Zealand's own national team, the 'All Blacks'—the team's captain Richie McCaw and player Dan Carter serving as the main 'Men in Black' agents. You've been warned: Prepare to be humming the chorus well into the afternoon. Check it out below:

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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