Yesterday, Amazon.com announced that it is developing pilotless flying vehicles called “octocopters” that can deliver packages within a half hour of customers placing an order. See the full WSJ article here and Amazon’s video overview.
Below, however, is a video response from UK company Waterstones.
“We’re excited to announce the Ornithological Waterstones Landing Service, a brand new way to receive your favourite books,” said Waterstones, trying hard not to snigger.
“O.W.L.S. consists of a fleet of specially trained owls that, either working individually or as an adorable team, will be able to deliver your package within thirty minutes of you placing your order.”