"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— ABC News (@ABC) October 10, 2018
Flying squirrels don't get their names from flying on a plane, I suppose.
A female passenger noted that she was bringing an emotional support animal on a Frontier Airlines flight out of Orlando, Florida, when she reserved the flight but the airplane crew were surprised when they learned that the animal was actually a squirrel!
Apparently, that's a no-no according to Frontier's policy but the woman refused to exit, so they had to deplane everyone and call the police to remove her.
She should've brought a turkey.