Woman With 'Emotional Support Squirrel' Kicked Off Flight

(Contribution from Fox News) A woman who was traveling with her emotional support squirrel had to be removed from a Frontier Airlines flight in Orlando Tuesday night. According to airline personnel, this unnamed passenger made a notation on her reservation that she was bringing an emotional support animal on board, but did not specify it was a squirrel.

According to Frontier, “rodents, including squirrels are not allowed” on its flights.  The female passenger was advised of the policy, and asked to get off the plane.  The airline said when she refused, Orlando police were called and requested everyone be deplaned so they could deal with the passenger.

Here is some video of police escorting her off the plane. She was not happy about it. 

This is not the first time an 'emotional support squirrel' has cause some controversy. Back in November last year, a Tampa area man was served an eviction notice from his condo for refusing to get rid of his roommate rodent. 

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