On Wednesday, someone posted a Craigslist ad in Vietnam to sell a Boeing 777, but not just any Boeing 777, this is the plane from Malaysia flight 370, the passenger plane that went missing over one week ago with 239 people on board as it flew from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. (See the full ad below)

The mystery of missing Malaysia Flight 370 has sent the Internet officially into obsessive mode, as we all attempt to collectively figure what happened. Widely varied theories and debate over what could have transpired bewildered many as each strange new detail emerges as a possible theory in the continued investigation, and some older theories began to be discredited.

As of now, the latest revelation states the Pilot of Flight 370 spoke with Air Traffic Controllers after the data system on the plane had shut down.

The ad would be pretty funny, if not for the constant reminder that 239 real people, with real families, are still missing and over a week later, we still know very little about their possible whereabouts or if they're dead or alive.

The Craigslist ad also references the flight's co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid, who, in the past, had allegedly invited passengers into the cockpit with him.

Probably the best part of the ad is the photo that suggests where they are keeping the plane:

Fake Craigslist ad in Vietnam is selling the missing Malaysian Flight 370 plane

See the full ad below:

Fake Craigslist ad in Vietnam is selling the missing Malaysian Flight 370 plane
Slightly used Boeing 777-300 for sale.

Asking for $15,000,000 USD, or best offer (this includes all the snacks in the plane).

Not much fuel in the plane at the moment, but it's in great flying condition. ABSOLUTELY NO JOY RIDES!

SOLD AS—IS. NO TRADES OR RETURNS. ALL DEALS ARE FINAL.

Ask for Fariq when calling and setting up appointments to see the plane.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers