Flying turkey ruffles feathers about 'emotional support' animals on planes
(FOX NEWS) - If you think that air travel has gone to the birds, it has -- literally.
We're talkin' turkey -- as in that big Thanksgiving bird, one of which recently was spotted aboard a Delta flight acting as a "support animal," and that's causing a flap over how passengers are using, and abusing, comfort animal rules.
So how can a turkey get on a plane? Simple. The passenger provided proper documentation proving the fowl was indeed their emotional support animal, so Delta let the bird on board, and even gave it its own seat.
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