Who needs something a little lighter as we head into the last day of the 3-day-weekend? If so, check out this video of a miniature horse on an American Airlines flight from Chicago, IL to Omaha, NE:
HAY THERE: As a passenger was preparing for his American Airlines flight to take off, he spotted a miniature horse service animal doing the exact same some rows ahead of him. [Updates to reflect horse is a service animal, not emotional support animal] https://t.co/1rPpBuLpNA pic.twitter.com/R0aIWwLhTV
— ABC News (@ABC) August 31, 2019
The horse’s name is “Flirty”:
— BoardingArea (@BoardingArea) August 31, 2019
The horse, which is a support animal, even got the bulkhead on one leg of the trip:
— Breaking Aviation News (@breakingavnews) August 30, 2019
And, yes, it was legal:
According to American Airlines, trained miniature horses are permitted in the cabin as service animals https://t.co/CWXpjzrMo3
— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) August 31, 2019
According to the Omaha World-Herald, the horse is housebroken:
As for Flirty relieving herself as horses will do, Hensley said her service animal is house trained and will not cause a mess in public spaces.
“She won’t go in a store — she actually hates pooping in public,” Hensley said.
Flirty even has an Instagram account:
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