Pink Floyd, eat your heart out.
Transport Canada (TC) is trying to track down a runaway Budweiser blimp that's currently traversing the sky over New Brunswick, not unlike the inflatable pigs that have floated in the air at the rock band's concerts.
UPDATE: April 29 — The Budweiser blimp has been found in the woods northeast of Saint John, The National Post reported.
— Erin Tarantino (@erincandy) April 26, 2014
— Jeff Craft (@jdcrafty) April 26, 2014
It was reported floating at an altitude of about 1,200 metres, with a maximum height of 1,500 metres and moving at a speed of up to six knots in a northeasterly direction.
TC expects the blimp to come down somewhere near Sussex, N.B.
The humour of the situation wasn't lost on Twitter.
— Mike Obrand (@MikeObrand) April 28, 2014
what if the whale becomes so bloated with gas that it floats up into the air and joins the rogue budweiser blimp and they kiss
— sonic bluth (@alysonkshave) April 28, 2014
21-metre Budweiser blimp cuts loose in New Brunswick, goes on rampage. Is it going to attack Moosehead? http://t.co/QnSWclq1gF
— Tom Megginson (@CreativeTweets) April 28, 2014
There is a giant red Budweiser blimp loose in New Brunswick... WHY AM I LAUGHING SO HARD?! pic.twitter.com/jCo4hzKmuO
— MK (@mkbowyer) April 28, 2014
— KimJohnston (@KimJohnston) April 28, 2014
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