United Airlines forces a peacock to give up seat on flight (yes, you read that right)

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Lmao, so some chick was denied a seat for her "emotional support" animal, a peacock.

Apparently, the peacock was "halted in the lobby" and did not meet the weight and size requirements to board the plane. I find this funny because:
1. I have seen much larger "emotional support" dogs get on planes and piss in their seats.
2. It's a fucking peacock. A woman tried to bring a peacock on the plane.

I can only wonder what the next weirdest thing attempted to bring onto a plane will be..

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Feb 10, 2018

Doctors are to blame for handing out this support animal shit left and right.

If you're blind or epileptic, cool, a service dog is for you. If you're so emotionally fragile you can't travel or wipe your ass without an animal with you, you should be euthanized.

I've seen saint Bernard's on a plane. Absolute bullshit. Never mind the fact peanuts are banned because kids are allergic, but who care about anyone with pet allergies.

Woman is a moron.

Feb 10, 2018
TNA:

Doctors are to blame for handing out this support animal shit left and right.

If you're blind or epileptic, cool, a service dog is for you. If you're so emotionally fragile you can't travel or wipe your ass without an animal with you, you should be euthanized.

I've seen saint Bernard's on a plane. Absolute bullshit. Never mind the fact peanuts are banned because kids are allergic, but who care about anyone with pet allergies.

Woman is a moron.

I'm a huge dog lover, but there comes a point when it's excessive. Unless the person is legally impaired and needs a service dog to conduct his daily life, dogs nor any other animals should be allowed on a plane. It's extremely inconvenient for the other passengers and treats animals as human equivalents, which they clearly are not.

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Feb 13, 2018

I don't disagree with you, but airlines are to blame too. US airlines charge $125 per leg to bring your dog in a bag and stuff it under your seat which is often more than a the actual ticket and just doesn't make any sense given you use the space under the seat and it counts toward your carry-on allowance. It cost under $200 to get a doctor's certificate (all you have to say is that your anxious flying and the airlines are not allowed to dispute the doctor's certificate) so you break even with the first round trip and your dog can travel for free thereafter. Plus they will usually give you an empty seat if possible for the dog and he doesn't have to stay in the bag. We travel with our dog quite a bit and would be more than happy to just pay a reasonable fee (in Canada for example, it's only $50 which is more reasonable).

I do think there's been way too much abuse (I forget which publication, but a journalist tested it and went to the Met with a llama and took a plane with a pig) so I think airlines are going to start cracking down on the more outrageous stuff.

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Feb 13, 2018
  1. It sounds like you are the type abusing the system
  2. Why do you need to travel with your dog?
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Feb 13, 2018
TNA:

Doctors are to blame for handing out this support animal shit left and right.

If you're blind or epileptic, cool, a service dog is for you. If you're so emotionally fragile you can't travel or wipe your ass without an animal with you, you should be euthanized.

I've seen saint Bernard's on a plane. Absolute bullshit. Never mind the fact peanuts are banned because kids are allergic, but who care about anyone with pet allergies.

Woman is a moron.

Most are bullshit. What about the ex military guys who lost limbs, etc serving for us. Had a friend from school who lost his leg overseas. Instead of becoming addicted on xans his dog is trained to calm him when he has an episode or w/e. Not really sure how it works but don't think he was bullshitting just to bring his dog on a plane/class/the gym. Sucks people ruin it for people like him

Feb 11, 2018

un fucking real. Echoing what others are saying, if you're blind or have a similar condition that would truly require it, then fine,

But if you really need an animal to travel with you just so you don't break down... dear fucking lord. you people are so fucked.

Probably a far-left liberal if I had to guess.

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Feb 11, 2018

Banning this cock was probably the best thing United has done in years.

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Feb 11, 2018
DickFuld:

Banning this cock was probably the best thing United has done in years.

And just to be clear, I am referring to the cock dumb enough to try to bring a peacock on a flight.

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Feb 11, 2018

Can a woman be a cock?

Feb 11, 2018

Wasn't there a hamster case as well? Some chick had to flush her emotional support rat down the toilet for American Airlines.

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Feb 11, 2018

Had an incident recently as well. American Airlines told me I couldn't bring my pet chimp on their aircraft. I tried to explain that it's just my friend who's short, doesn't know any English, and hasn't shaved in a few months. But they wouldn't listen. Next thing I know I see two huge bouncer like fellows walking towards me. That's the last thing I remember before I lost consciousness

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Feb 11, 2018

Lol what a mixup!

Feb 15, 2018

I once tried to bring a Senior Neanderthal on a plane.

"Work ethic, work ethic" - Vince Vaughn
Feb 22, 2018
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