Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Local Insight Into Tragic Airline Doggie Death By Way Of Overhead Bin

More blame game deets following a horrible bit of toy dog decision making. Read more:

Shawnee, Kan. native says United passenger's puppy died after being placed in the overhead bin

United Airlines is apologizing after a passenger's puppy died on a flight. Another passenger on the plane said a flight attendant told the owner to stow the animal, in its carrier, in the overhead bin. Shawnee, Kan. Native Maggie Gremminger was sitting directly behind the owner of that 10-month-old French Bulldog named Kokito.

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

let companies get monopolies and this is what happens.

Anonymous said...

Since Congress made it a crime if you fail to obey the orders of a minimum wage flight attendant I hope the United stewardess bitch and her employer looses their nads in a civil action over this.

Jim said...

Well at least United can fall back on its repudiation of the NRA.

Anonymous said...

^^Yes! They have done somethings right!!!!

Anonymous said...

846 is right. giving police authority to airline personnel may be a necessity but some of the people aren't qualified.

cost-cutting likely exacerbated the qualifcation gap.

Anonymous said...

Breaking news: United just mis-routed a dog to Japan from KANSAS!

Anonymous said...

I hope he doesn’t get eaten for dinner by Asians. They might just do that.

puppy pleaser said...

11:10, how ever could that be--Kansas City International is no longer an international airport

Anonymous said...

^^Wrong dummy. Flights to Cancun and Iceland. Get out every now and then.

Anonymous said...

air canada nonstop to toronto

Anonymous said...

These airlines should ban all animals with the exception of service animals

Anonymous said...

BOYCOTT UNITED!