I thought that’s what emergency evacuation doors were for

 

Where does a 90-kb pit bull shit? Anywhere it wants to

Where does a 90-kb pit bull s(h)it? Anywhere it wants to

Flight diverted, emergency declared after large dog craps in the aisles

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8 responses to “I thought that’s what emergency evacuation doors were for

  1. Libertarian Advocate

    I thought any dog over 5 kilos goes in the hold.

  2. Anonymous

    It must have been a turd of mass destruction. Every pet owner has been on the receiving end of one of those. Although normally you just scoop it up instead of evacuating.

  3. Fred2

    Having recently spent 14 hours in planes, I am very jealous of that dog seat in the picture.

  4. Walt

    Dude –
    Maybe the dog was just shitting itself because it was going to Philadelphia. Who could blame the poor mutt for that? You shit yourself when you think of going to Cos Cob.

    And then they landed because they ran out of paper towels? Give me a break. Open some luggage and use some socks or underwear.\

    Anyhows, Do you know what women and dog shit have in common? The older they get, the easier they are to pick up!!

    And how much did Francis need to grease the politicians, which he carries around in his pocket like so many nickles and dimes, to get a dock permit for his new $25 million dollar listing? And who gives Francis a $25 million dollar listing? Did he also rig a lotto win for them? Just asking.

    Your Pal,
    Walt

  5. now you know why Bo travels separately.

  6. weakleyhollow

    I have a friend with MS who needs a service dog to do simple things like empty the dryer, pull off her socks, open the fridge, and pick up things that she drops. She told me the ADA says that any dog is a service dog if its owner says it is. So if Buffy wants to take her pet mastiff into restaurants, or on the plane, she can buy him a cape and no one can stop her. The difference is that real service dogs are trained to ignore other dogs and behave themselves. Faux service dogs tend to want to interact with other dogs that they meet, and will often try to fight with them, and just act like pets. Hey, this is the age when everyone has rights, and no one has responsibilities.