"Ya, he watched that TV com," Bi Mun explains more rationally, having blurted mostly gibberish in her first account. Calmed down, her sense of sequence still makes Vina and the Doctor cross-examine to determine if there might exist real cause for such alarm - besides the servant's fervent claim that "it was devilry."
"Floated?" Vina asks again... (The phrase "Jalan di angin," which is how Bi Mun described the act, means "walking on the wind.")... "As in naik ?"
"Ya, ke udara," (rose in the air) Bi Mun attests. At which point Poppie, to himself, disambiguates 'levitated.'
One report of un-squirrel-like behaviour might be faulty. Two, from independent sources, have the Guru half convinced. However "seeing is believing," ye old simpleminded adage, is required for folks, in general, to accept a thing as "is" - with no exception for a virtuoso scientist. Poppie, therefore, hastens to confirm.