CLEVELAND, OH (CNN) - We’ve heard of emotional support, cats, dogs and even birds, but one person’s emotional support animal drove airline employees a little nuts.
A woman was kicked off a Frontier Airlines plane in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday night after she tried to bring her emotional support squirrel on board.
Airline officials say the woman noted in her reservation that she was bringing an emotional support animal; however, she failed to mention that it was a squirrel.
According to the airline policy, rodents such as rats, mice and even squirrels are not allowed on flights.
The crew asked the woman to get off the plane but she allegedly refused, which is when Orlando Police were called in to remove her from the flight.
The incident delayed the Cleveland-Bound flight for almost two hours.
Videos of the incident went viral on social media but it seemed like quite an experience for the passengers.