Flying is hectic these days. With reduced leg room and seemingly more and more reports of onboard incidents, it might come as no surprise that some passengers prefer to fly with a companion to help keep calm. But what happens when that companion is a peacock?
Such was the case with a recent United Airlines flight. A passenger, claiming the animal was there to provide emotional support, arrived at the airport expecting to bring a peacock on board. Whether or not the passenger actually needed the peacock notwithstanding, there certainly are animals more appropriate for high-altitude travel. Dogs, for instance.