Woman Dragged Off Southwest Flight Over Dog Allergy

Woman with dog allergy removed from airplane.

Claiming she was allergic to dogs, a female passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight to Los Angeles, California, was forcibly taken off the plane. According to a local CBS report, police dragged the woman off the airplane as she screamed and yelled.

The report says the passenger told the flight crew she has a deadly allergy to dogs and demanded the removal of two canines, one of which was a service dog. Attendants requested a medical certificate to verify her story. However, unable to produce one, the woman was told to leave the flight.

Read more at CBS Los Angeles.

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