A woman tried to board a United flight this week with an emotional support animal, and she even bought a separate ticket for it, but the airline turned her down . . . because the animal was a PEACOCK. (Here's a video taken by someone who saw the woman arriving at Newark International. This peacock apparently belongs to an artist and has its own Instagram account.)
'THIS ISN'T UR LIVING ROOM'
Effective March 1, Delta’s new rules require those flying with emotional support or psychiatric service animals to submit a veterinarian health form and immunization record to Delta with 48-hours’ notice, Fox News reports. A doctor’s note, signed veterinarian health form and proof of animal training will additionally now have to be presented before boarding.
Further, as of March, Delta will not allow exotic emotional support animals including ferrets, insects, spiders, goats or animals with tusks or hooves to fly.