Giant bunny dies on flight to O'Hare, Breeder says United cremated it without her permission


Last week another lesser known United scandal started, when a giant rabbit died while in the care of the airline. 

The bunny inexplicably died in the middle of a flight from London to O'Hare Airport in Chicago.

O'Hare...

Breeder Annette Edwards says United cremated her bunny without her permission so she would never know the truth about how it died:

"The whole thing stinks of a cover-up. I had been asking United over and over again for his body so that I can have him examined here in Britain but they never got back to me. All I want to know is how he died."

Edwards is a rabbit breeder from the United Kingdom. She was sending the Continental Giant rabbit named Simon to a new owner in America.

A source told The Sun that careless Chicago airport workers killed Simon by accidentally leaving him in a freezer overnight.

United says that claim is totally false:

“The assertion that Simon died in a freezer is completely false. Simon was cared for at the PetSafe kennel facility which is kept at room temperature (on average 70°F). He arrived at Chicago O’Hare airport in apparent good condition at 10:25 am (local time). He was seen by a representative of the kennel facility moving about within his crate about 11:00am. Shortly thereafter, a kennel representative noticed Simon was motionless and determined that he passed away.”

Read more at The Sun.


Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content