Lost bunny reunited with its owner thanks to the help of Twitter
You’ve had a fairly lucky life if you’ve never lost anything as a child.
But for the rest of us who’ve forgotten something in a public place and failed to ever see it again, it can be a pretty upsetting experience as a child.
Fortunately, the internet can help reunite lost toys with their pint-sized owners. Case in point “Sad Bunny,” who was found travelling on its lonesome on a train carriage in Sydney, Australia.
“I’m sad. A child dropped bunny from pram getting off at Wynyard as doors closed,” Andrew Parker wrote on Twitter Friday.
Sydney Trains were quick to get their hands on the missing toy, with the incident given the hashtag #SadBunny. Then the internet joined forces to track down the owner.
Bunny relatives of the world did what they can to reunite their lost family member, as people joined along for the ride, hoping for a happy ending.
Incredibly, the father of the owner stepped up on Twitter to claim it. #SadBunny wasn’t sad anymore.
See folks, sometimes Twitter isn’t so bad after all.