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(Telegraph)   British Airways does not allow dogs in the main cabin, so when a biatch was discovered, the plane returned to the gate so she could be removed. And her little dog, too   (telegraph.co.uk) divider line 34
    More: Obvious, British Airways, London Heathrow, Ben Gurion Airport, Airbus A320, Ben-Gurion, smuggling, Tel Aviv, dogs  
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2013-03-04 06:22:03 AM
Should have just flown the wroom to where she was going.
 
2013-03-04 06:49:49 AM
Just claim it's an "emotional support animal".  The couple sitting next to me on my recent flight to denver did that with their ~30lb dog that they kept in their laps.  Poor guy looked terrified, and I'm pretty sure they were the ones emotionally supporting him, not the other way around.

/ Still a way better seat neighbor than the baby-in-lap though.
 
2013-03-04 06:54:17 AM
Why was she even flying? All she had to do was close her eyes and tap her heels together three times to get home.
 
2013-03-04 07:15:52 AM
One of those little Paris Hilton purse dogs -- they should have deplaned them both at 10,000 feet.
 
2013-03-04 08:32:41 AM

Speaker2Animals: One of those little Paris Hilton purse dogs -- they should have deplaned them both at 10,000 feet.


This, combined with your name, made my morning.
 
2013-03-04 08:33:13 AM
Unless it was a puppy then its not a dog in my book.  If your full grown dog is smaller then my pet bunny and can fit in a hand bag you don't have a dog.
 
2013-03-04 08:35:44 AM
I'd never take a chance smuggling anything thru Tel Aviv, of course she wasn't flying El Al either.

/damn sample dogs
 
2013-03-04 08:36:05 AM
I'd rather have a dog on a plane than a crying child, smoker that had to get his last pack in before boarding, whore with too much perfume, someone with a flatulence problem or a couple joining the mile high club.
 
2013-03-04 08:36:48 AM
You eediot!
 
2013-03-04 08:37:45 AM

booger42: I'd never take a chance smuggling anything thru Tel Aviv, of course she wasn't flying El Al either.

/damn sample dogs


This.

I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security.  So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?
 
2013-03-04 08:41:02 AM

SubBass49: booger42: I'd never take a chance smuggling anything thru Tel Aviv, of course she wasn't flying El Al either.

/damn sample dogs

This.

I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security.  So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?


read much  ?
 
2013-03-04 08:42:28 AM
Some entitled douchenozzle snuck her chihuahua into Chipotle last week, while we were dining. Popped it up on her table and shared the meal. *retch*
 
2013-03-04 08:44:28 AM

SubBass49: I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security. So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?


TFA says some airlines allow dogs so the airport doesn't stop them.  BA did the stopping because they don't.

jumac: Unless it was a puppy then its not a dog in my book. If your full grown dog is smaller then my pet bunny and can fit in a hand bag you don't have a dog.


If your dog is that small it's not a dog, it's a rodent.
 
2013-03-04 08:46:05 AM
I heard about a similar situation a few weeks ago.  This rich knucklehead woman simply couldn't understand why on earth she couldn't board the plane with her two lap dogs.  She even threatened the security manager with a visit from the state senator.  It was sickening to watch - not her royally entitled behavior really, but how much she cared about these stupid dogs.  Like it would kill them, emotionally if not physically, to ride in a crate in the cargo hold.  I just don't understand dog people.  Every one of them I've met puts on this deeply emotional, devoted mask, pouring love all over their dog and animals in general.  Yet when you get to know the person, they're typically the most emotionally shallow simpletons on the planet.  Maybe it's a low intelligence thing that attracts them to even dumber animals.

You know me - I was raised on a farm, slaughtered all forms of life for a living, and couldn't care less about any life form equal or less than a downy.  So, just to piss people off really, I stopped by the animal shelter on the way to the airport last week.  I got some kind of little hairball looking thing, stuck it under my arm, and strode up confidently to the airport security check-in.  The lady running the station is already shaking her head and pointing at the dog.  I act like I have no idea.

"You can't bring that dog on the plane," she says.

I look at her straight faced and say, "I can't?"

She says, looking all self satisfied with her authority, "Nope."

So I shrug, grab hold of it's little head with one hand, and twist.  Pop!  Pull!  I separate it's skull from its body, blood and guts flowing down my arm, people screaming, me never breaking character.  The security lady passes out, hits her head on the table, and one of her eyes pops right the fark out.  Then everybody is losing their shiat except for me.  I can barely keep a straight face, though.  It's like I'm burning down an orphanage or something.

I toss my disassembled friend in the trash and go right ahead and get on the plane.  Nobody said shiat to me.  Why?  Because people respond to action - not complaining, whining, fussing, biatching, or crying.  But then again, that's why I'm me and everyone else is a farking boot heel.
 
2013-03-04 08:48:18 AM

Mimic_Octopus: SubBass49: booger42: I'd never take a chance smuggling anything thru Tel Aviv, of course she wasn't flying El Al either.

/damn sample dogs

This.

I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security.  So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?

read much  ?


Not really...glanced at the article and went back to banging your mother.  BTW...she says hi.
 
2013-03-04 08:51:41 AM

spentmiles: I heard about a similar situation a few weeks ago.  This rich knucklehead woman simply couldn't understand why on earth she couldn't board the plane with her two lap dogs.  She even threatened the security manager with a visit from the state senator.  It was sickening to watch - not her royally entitled behavior really, but how much she cared about these stupid dogs.  Like it would kill them, emotionally if not physically, to ride in a crate in the cargo hold.  I just don't understand dog people.  Every one of them I've met puts on this deeply emotional, devoted mask, pouring love all over their dog and animals in general.  Yet when you get to know the person, they're typically the most emotionally shallow simpletons on the planet.  Maybe it's a low intelligence thing that attracts them to even dumber animals.

You know me - I was raised on a farm, slaughtered all forms of life for a living, and couldn't care less about any life form equal or less than a downy.  So, just to piss people off really, I stopped by the animal shelter on the way to the airport last week.  I got some kind of little hairball looking thing, stuck it under my arm, and strode up confidently to the airport security check-in.  The lady running the station is already shaking her head and pointing at the dog.  I act like I have no idea.

"You can't bring that dog on the plane," she says.

I look at her straight faced and say, "I can't?"

She says, looking all self satisfied with her authority, "Nope."

So I shrug, grab hold of it's little head with one hand, and twist.  Pop!  Pull!  I separate it's skull from its body, blood and guts flowing down my arm, people screaming, me never breaking character.  The security lady passes out, hits her head on the table, and one of her eyes pops right the fark out.  Then everybody is losing their shiat except for me.  I can barely keep a straight face, though.  It's like I'm burning down an orphanage or something.

I toss my disassembled friend in the trash an ...


Why didn't you just shiat your pants like Ted Nugent?
 
2013-03-04 08:52:52 AM

SubBass49: Mimic_Octopus: SubBass49: booger42: I'd never take a chance smuggling anything thru Tel Aviv, of course she wasn't flying El Al either.

/damn sample dogs

This.

I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security.  So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?

read much  ?

Not really...glanced at the article and went back to banging your mother.  BTW...she says hi.


thanks. i was adopted. my mother died in child birth.
 
2013-03-04 08:54:55 AM

Mimic_Octopus: SubBass49: Mimic_Octopus: SubBass49: booger42: I'd never take a chance smuggling anything thru Tel Aviv, of course she wasn't flying El Al either.

/damn sample dogs

This.

I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security.  So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?

read much  ?

Not really...glanced at the article and went back to banging your mother.  BTW...she says hi.

thanks. i was adopted. my mother died in child birth.


How do you know I'm not posting on Fark from Heaven?  Or Hell for that matter?
 
2013-03-04 08:57:52 AM
well in that case tell it i said Hi back, it's been years :(
 
2013-03-04 08:58:19 AM

Mimic_Octopus: SubBass49: Mimic_Octopus: SubBass49: booger42: I'd never take a chance smuggling anything thru Tel Aviv, of course she wasn't flying El Al either.

/damn sample dogs

This.

I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security.  So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?

read much  ?

Not really...glanced at the article and went back to banging your mother.  BTW...she says hi.

thanks. i was adopted. my mother died in child birth.



www.wearysloth.com
 
2013-03-04 09:02:57 AM
Could be worse - she could have been flying Great British Air.

s8.postimage.org

/Obscure?
 
2013-03-04 09:11:12 AM
The brick.
 
2013-03-04 09:13:48 AM

spentmiles: I heard about a similar situation a few weeks ago.  This rich knucklehead woman simply couldn't understand why on earth she couldn't board the plane with her two lap dogs.  Sh....


You know what? I expect better from you.

and unrelated
FTFA  " The passenger next but one to her raised the alarm. "
Monkeys. They have monkeys sitting at the keyboards just tapping away. Caugthsayoff.
 
2013-03-04 09:16:02 AM
Some people are violently allergic to animals. I guess people with physical issues are less important that some emotional weakling needing their "support" animal.
 
2013-03-04 09:32:19 AM
fta: The BA flight 166 from Tel Aviv to London Heathrow had already been delayed from its original take-off time of 7.00pm (local Israeli time) but was on time for its re-scheduled slot at 8.40pm.

So now the newspapers are falling in line re: the myth that on-time (rescheduled) is actually 'on time'?

/no its not, its still late
//as long as the dog/cat/rabbit/guinea pig is quiet and odorless, I don't care if it rides upfront
 
2013-03-04 09:35:21 AM

IAMTHEINTARWEBS: FTFA  " The passenger next but one to her raised the alarm. "
Monkeys. They have monkeys sitting at the keyboards just tapping away. Caugthsayoff.


Holy crap, they've got monkeys that can type perfectly good English?
 
2013-03-04 09:51:35 AM
She must not have been hot.
 
2013-03-04 10:34:17 AM

GoodOmens: Could be worse - she could have been flying Great British Air.



/Obscure?


Came here thinking no one would post that.
 
2013-03-04 11:05:30 AM

SubBass49: I thought Israel has MEGA-SUPER airport security. So who'd she pay to get the dog past screening?


Not a problem if you're an American with a non-Arab name.
 
2013-03-04 11:37:42 AM
To anyone who is very uncomfortable flying around kids, I have two words: ear plugs. They are cheap, and they work. This should handle the most annoying factor about kids -- noise. If the child is kicking your seat or crawling around you, my sympathies. Fortunately, this rarely happens.
 
2013-03-04 12:05:39 PM
just send her a bill for the wasted fuel
and all the man hours of everyone involved
and compensation for all the passengers
and a bill to sterilize the area
and don't forget this set off a chain reaction for the airline being late (another bill)

and maybe some people will get the idea NO DOGS ALLOWED means just that
just because a dog fits in a purse still means it is a dog
 
2013-03-04 01:05:20 PM

T-Bone42: To anyone who is very uncomfortable flying around kids, I have two words: ear plugs. They are cheap, and they work. This should handle the most annoying factor about kids -- noise. If the child is kicking your seat or crawling around you, my sympathies. Fortunately, this rarely happens.


Rarely? I'd like to hope so...but my experience is different than yours apparently.
You come off as one of those parents that let the little twat dragon scream and yell without even trying to quit the little bastard down. And oddly enough, I don't want to hear the banshee screech coming out of the thing, so I speak up and suddenly I am the bad guy. Why do I have to inconvenience myself because you fail as a parent? Quiet the farker down or I should reserve the right to quiet it down for you.
I mean FFS if something makes a noise like that, typically you step on it to put it out of its misery.

And if you do make your child behave in public, kudos and you are an example to others.
 
2013-03-04 01:11:52 PM
at least it wasn't a farking cat...

//lude
 
2013-03-04 11:34:48 PM
DeathCipris:
You come off as one of those parents that let the little twat dragon scream and yell without even trying to quit the little bastard down. And oddly enough, I don't want to hear the banshee screech coming out of the thing, so I speak up and suddenly I am the bad guy. Why do I have to inconvenience myself because you fail as a parent? Quiet the farker down or I should reserve the right to quiet it down for you.
I mean FFS if something makes a noise like that, typically you step on it to put it out of its misery.

And if you do make your child behave in public, kudos and you are an example to others.


And you come across as one of those bitter, angry farkers that hates kids even though you once were one. Honestly, where does this hate come from? Adults are just as annoying as kids. Or not-annoying -- it depends what you focus on.

But seriously, do you really have kids physically attacking you? Ear plugs won't give you peace? Or do you just enjoy having something to complain about? Whatever the case, kids aren't going away, so you can choose to do something about it yourself (wear ear plugs) or you can piss and moan ineffectively ad nauseum. My original post was to offer advice to those who are interested in improving an unpleasant situation.

For the record, I don't have any kids myself. I do work with kids, and I make them behave. They're just little people who haven't been entirely socialized yet -- and yes, that can be annoying. But they're just kids. I like 'em, they are fun little people. I'm not saying you have to like them. But for your own sake, turn down the hate. It would be a shame to lose you to an aneurism or heart attack just because you can't handle dealing with other people.
 
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