Monday, January 9, 2023

emotinal support bollocks .......

 

I have to say an emotional support snake  ........ fuck off ....its bad enough using a  dog  .....do not ask me for sympathy .........we all have emotional problems........... i could  do with one.......  but i do not  why  ........ because i like  being by myself ........ ....it's a  scam  for the people who hate being by themselves ,.....i do not agree  using an animal as a  crutch prop........ ...then you go eat animals .......that's fucking sick  ........and  of course  do not roll your eyes at me .......as always .......people use them for  to get pets in condos  its  bullshit law......you can get one licence easy AF ......so there   fuckers .......you know i am telling truth .......its mullshit theonly  person that should have one  is  militray vets  no one  else .........they need   help   ........

She was catching a flight in Florida. Then TSA noticed her ‘emotional support’ snake

Tampa International Airport photo

Snake on a plane? Almost.

This isn’t the plot of a sequel to the action flick. Last month, a woman traveling through Tampa International Airport attempted to stow her boa constrictor in her carry-on luggage, according to the Transportation Security Administration.

A TSA tweet shows the X-ray of the four-foot creature that passed through the screening machine passengers must navigate before getting to the gate.

The reptile is lit up in orange, coiled up into a figure eight. Nearby are images of a laptop and two pairs of shoes.

The agency said that after the snake was discovered, the pet owner was called out of the line. She reportedly told guards that the boa constrictor, named Barthomolew, was “her emotional support pet.”

READ MORE: Florida woman finds snake in her bathroom

“Our officers at Tampa International Airport didn’t find this hyssssssterical!” said the post, which explained that her airline was notified and neither she nor Bartholomew was allowed to fly.

In a more lengthy Instagram post, the TSA included even more images of the critter, which it affectionately calls a “danger noodle.”

“Wait for it,” read the text over screen, with a scared-eye emoji.

“We really have no adder-ation for discovering any pet going through an x-ray machine,” read the pun-filled post. “Do you have asp-irations of taking a snake on a plane? Don’t get upsetti spaghetti by not understanding your airline’s rules. For instance, airlines don’t allow nope ropes in carry-on bags and only a few allow them to slither around in checked bags, if packaged correctly.”

READ MORE: A snake was discovered on a flight from Florida. It was flying business class

The agency said the incident happened on Dec. 15.

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, airlines can choose whether to allow emotional support animals to fly in the cabin with their owners free of charge.

Some carriers such as Alaska Airlines, Delta, Southwest, United Airlines, and JetBlue have banned emotional support animals. But they still allow carry-on pets if the size and kennel specifications are met.

For example, AA allows a pet if it can fit under the seat and it remains in the carrier through the journey. A pet fee of about $100 is required, and reservations for the animal must be made in advance.

In the travel tips section, the TSA says your furballs should not pass through the X-ray but be put it in a carrier 





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