We've heard about some pretty absurd therapy and emotional support animals. Pigs, snakes, turkeys, but peacocks?
According to Live and Let Fly, a woman recently tried to get her emotional support peacock onto a United flight. She said she had a second ticket for the gigantic bird, but United told her no.
"This animal did not meet guidelines for a number of reasons, including its weight and size. We explained this to the customers on three separate occasions before they arrived at the airport."
United also told Fox News that it's rethinking its support animal policy, as more and more people bring crazy animals onto flights:
"United is dedicated to providing convenient and comfortable service to all of our customers. We know that some customers require an emotional support animal to assist them through their journey. In order to ensure we provide the best service to everyone onboard our flights, consistent with government rules we currently require these customers to provide documentation from a medical professional and at least 48 hours advance notice.
"In our effort to better balance protecting our employees and customers while accommodating passengers with disabilities, we are reviewing our existing policy and plan to share more soon."