As a WWE superstar, part of the job is travelling a huge number of miles week in, week out in order to perform all over the globe.
For one WWE wrestler however, his journey did not exactly go to plan this week when the plane he was on was forced to make an emergency landing in Colorado.
The Celtic Warrior Sheamus was heading to Los Angeles when the incident took place and took to social media in order to document the ordeal to keep his 1.87 million-strong followers updated.
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Sheamus' Twitter fans were first aware of the news as the Superstar tweeted a selfie of himself using the oxygen mask which dropped down overhead during the emergency landing, his caption clearly showing concern.
With his followers understandably worried about the situation, the 37-year-old later Tweeted the below photo from his account:
Sheamus' tone in this tweet, as well as his concern for his Money In The Bank Briefcase, meant his fans were able to breathe a sigh of relief that he as well as his fellow passengers on board the flight that had landed safely.
A couple of hours later things seemed to be looking up for the Dubliner, as he posted another image which showed those who were on the flight were being well looked after:
The updates continued as Sheamus expressed his humor once again, this time referring to the lyrics in his old theme song:
As funny as The Celtic Warrior appeared to make the situation sound in the end, things could have been a lot worse so the regular social media updates he provided were more than welcomed.
In addition, WWE.com reported that it was able to contact Sheamus during the incident to which he replied: "I'm not gonna die till I cash that bloody briefcase in."
It is also nice to know that Sheamus is maintaining the tradition of taking his Money In The Bank briefcase wherever he travels; it is clear he does not want to let it out of his sight and understandably so.