A Dutch airline has employed a sniffer dog to help them track down the owners of belongings accidentally left on their planes.
Sherlock, the beagle, has been trained by KLM to smell lost property discovered on the planes and then bring it back to their owners at Amsterdam Airport.
"Personally I think he is a real asset to the company and he can really do something no-one else can," KLM ground services employee Chantel Kremer said.
In a promotional video released by the airline, Sherlock is filmed bringing phones, headphones and toys back to passengers who left them on-board.
Delighted travellers are seen patting, hugging and taking selfies with Sherlock after it brings back their possessions.
KLM says it is able to return 80 percent of lost items to its owners.
Via Vitor Grando, 24-9-2014