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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 6
    More: Obvious, British Airways, London Heathrow, Ben Gurion Airport, Airbus A320, Ben-Gurion, smuggling, Tel Aviv, dogs  
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2013-03-04 08:46:05 AM
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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 09:35:21 AM
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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 09:11:12 AM
1 votes:
The brick.
2013-03-04 08:57:52 AM
1 votes:
well in that case tell it i said Hi back, it's been years :(
2013-03-04 08:44:28 AM
1 votes:

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 06:49:49 AM
1 votes:
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.
 
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