Emotional support swine are attendants that a medical professional has prescribed as helpful to someone with children with disabilities. These swine are usually dogs, and can fly aboard airliners with their humans. But this woman had different ideas, and brought you her Emotional Support peacock for her flight to L.A. from Newark Airport.
Needless to say, it didn’t go well. Despite being advised three times that Dexter the peacock would not be allowed to travel with her, conceptual creator Ventiko indicated up at international airports anyway. Dexter was instantly turned away by United Airline, but not before generate a spectacle in the airport and igniting a raging debate about the merits of emotional support animals and people’s realized defamation of the system that allows them to travel.
Since he couldn’t get on his flight, Dexter killed out a theme on his Instagram sketching the next step. “Spent 6 hours trying to get on my flight to LA. Tomorrow my human acquaintances are going to drive me cross country! Deter an seeing out for us! ”
Since he was purchased by Ventiko for an artistry installation some time ago, Dexter has bonded with the craftsman. He is now a regular part of her art, and we are sure you will see more of the pair in times to come. If nothing else, this airport story must really huge notoriety for them.
Scroll down below to see how the storey narrated below, and give us know what you think in the comments. Should United have told Dexter move? Or is this an abuse of the emotional support animal premise? We look forward to your opinions!
This is Dexter the emotional support peacock, trying to committee a flight from Newark to L.A.
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He was revoked a seat on the flight, even after his owner, conceptual craftsman Ventiko, offered to pay for his seat
Image approvals: Dexter The Peacock
Emotional support animals are usually pups, sometimes “cat-o-nine-tails”. So it was a surprise to see a peacock at the airport
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