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The passengers of Frontier Airlines Flight 1612 had already boarded the plane when they were told they needed to get off because of a "situation," passenger Brandon Nixon of Ashland, Ohio told the Associated Press.
As Nixon got off the plane, he asked a flight attendant what was going on, and "all she said was 'a squirrel,' " he said.
Frontier said the woman's reservation said she had an emotional support animal, but it didn't say it was a squirrel. The airline's website says rodents, including squirrels, are not permitted as emotional support animals.
When the woman refused to get off the plane, Frontier called the police. Passengers were allowed to get back on about 15 minutes later, and the flight to Cleveland left just before midnight, about two hours late.
originally posted by: worldstarcountry
a reply to: Bluntone22
that is not really that outlandish. I have seen several dogs (large) drink beer from their bowls at parties. Some of the bigger pit-bulls and rottweilers really enjoy a good brew. My cousin used to give his dog Heineken whenever we had a big party. It never seemed to act drunk though. Just had that excited look that dogs get the whole night.