One woman apparently didn’t get the status update that airlines are cracking down on what animals are eligible for emotional support. Police had to remove a woman from a Frontier Airlines flight leaving Orlando for Cleveland on Tuesday night after she brought her emotional support squirrel on the plane. The woman mentioned in her reservation that she would be bringing an emotional support animal on board. She failed to mention it was a squirrel.
"Rodents, including squirrels, are not allowed on Frontier flights": Police remove woman from plane after she tried to bring a squirrel on board, claiming it was an emotional support animal. https://t.co/R6OsYYuqYW pic.twitter.com/oLCYnz3NlW
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Authorities evacuated the plane and dealt with the woman and squirrel. The flight was delayed by two hours.
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