Emotional Support Peacock Denied Seat on Plane

Emotional Support Peacock Denied Seat on Plane

This bird may have to figure out another way to fly. A woman wasn’t allowed to take her “emotional support peacock” on a United flight after the airline said the bird did not meet its protocol. “This animal did not meet guidelines for a number of reasons, including its weight and size. We explained this to the customers on three separate occasions before they arrived at the airport,” the airline said in a statement. InsideEdition.com’s Leigh Scheps (http://twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.

45 Comments

  1. Only the blind  can justified a guide dog cause it has a purpose. Animals have no personal hygiene, feces,viruses, urine, gonorreah and they eat there own vomit, discusting! Romans 1;28  They rather serve the creature than the creator they lost their natural affection for the woman  and went men with men and after strange FLESH. ITS IT WRITTEN. Beastiality is not something to be proud of. It is a punishment because of their REPROBATED MINDS. IT IS WRITTEN.

  2. This is what happens when you begin to tolerate and give in to an entirely coddled, politically correct, confused, whinny world of wimps that has started to become the norm out there…Good for United

  3. No offense to people with true emotional problems but no one should be forced to have to be around this type stuff this service animal situation is getting out of hand only well trained inspection passed should be allowed all of sudden everyone is emotional…smh

  4. Why doesn’t she just identify as a peacock and be her own emotional support animal. It seems anyone can identify as anything these days.

  5. I used to have peacock as pets….nobody loves peacocks more than me…..but this is ridiculous……peacocks don’t travel well, they need a lot of space to wander about and do their own thing, they’re not cuddly like a dog or cat….this woman has serious problems!

  6. I have an autism service dog. Please keep your untrained pets at home. I get if you have certain fears or anxieties etc that you may need an animal however, it causes not only a danger to other service animals, but to people as well. If an animal is untrained, it can cause danger to another passenger or it can just be dirty. Like defecating, urinating, etc.

  7. I have all sorts of questions about the "nobody wins" scenarios… like what if the peacock is seated next to a passenger with an allergy to feathers? Or what if the peacock intimidates a less-attractive emotional support bird on the same plane?

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