Budweiser Hockey Light Blimp Floats Aimlessly Through Canada Skies (Photo)


A Budweiser blimp has gone rogue in New Brunswick, Canada.

Canada Budweiser had the blimp designed for the Olympics. It floated over Toronto before the Canadian men’s hockey team took the ice in Sochi for their first game, but now it is officially on the loose in the Canadian skies.

The two-story, 70-foot-long blimp resembling a hockey goal light is floating aimlessly through the sky after it broke loose from a hockey tournament on Saturday afternoon.

It’s not clear when, or where, the blimp will land. Oh, the humanity.

Check out a picture of the runaway blimp in the photo below.

Budweiser blimp #hockeystreet http://t.co/ymzLeox1yh


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