Woman Delays and Escorted Off Flight For Having Emotional Support Squirrel

A woman was removed from a flight after an airline refused to let her fly with her 'emotional support squirrel'. 

Frontier Airlines got police to escort the woman off the plane after she brought the rodent onto the flight from Orlando to Cleveland last night.

The passenger told the airline in her reservation she would be boarding with an animal, but she was taken off the plane because the firm did not know it was a squirrel, according to FOX8. 

She was told of the airline's policy but refused to leave when asked by staff and so Orlando Police were called to remove her while every passenger was also forced to disembark.

A spokesman for Frontier said: 'The passenger noted in their reservation that they were bringing an emotional support animal but it was not indicated that it was a squirrel. Rodents, including squirrels, are not allowed on Frontier flights.

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