Aussie anchor welcomes brother home with wild surprise
When an Australian news anchor couldn't get to the airport to welcome home his baby brother, he decided to give an over-the-top celebration instead.
When he stepped off the twenty-hour flight from London, he was greeted by a marching band playing "When The Saints Come Marching In."
If Karl Stefanovic wanting to pick up his baby brother from the airport wasn't adorable enough, he shed a tear after watching Pete's reaction.
This wasn't the first time we've seen a musical homecoming at an international airport. Back in 2010, T-Mobile welcomed home arriving passengers at london's heathrow airport with a flash mob of singers performing songs like "The Passenger," "Boys Are Back In Town," and "Return of the Mack."
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