A Woman Was Reportedly Breastfeeding A Hairless Cat On A Delta Airlines Flight & Refused To Stop

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I am baffled.

Just when I thought the internet couldn’t surprise me anymore, I am once again proved wrong.

We all know that any airport you go to is simply a ginormous melting pot of people of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds, walks of life, etc…

It’s just a known fact.

Another thing we’ve seeing lately is a WIDE variety of emotional support animals on planes, everything from peacocks, turkeys, pigs, kangaroos… it’s madness.

With that being said, you’re bound to hop on a flight with some absolute freak show of a person.

Just like this woman right here.

According to Newsweek, a picture has gone viral of what appears to be a pilot messaging system, where one pilot discusses how a passenger on Delta Air flight DL 1360 to Atlanta began breastfeeding in the middle of the flight…

No, not breastfeeding her child. She was breastfeeding her cat. Yes, you read that correctly… a woman whipped out her boob at 30,000 feet to breastfeed her FUCKING CAT.

The message reads:

“Pax (passenger) in (seat) 13A is breastfeeding a cat and will not put cat back in its carrier when FA (flight attendant) requested.”

According to Newsweek, Flight attendant Ainsley Elizabeth detailed the incident on TikTok:

“This woman had one of those, like, hairless cats swaddled up in a blanket so it looked like a baby.

Her shirt was up and she was trying to get the cat to latch and she wouldn’t put the cat back in the carrier. And the cat was screaming for its life.

What does she do at home if she’s doing that in public? And then security met the flight just to tell her that she couldn’t do that again, cause it was weird and gross.”

The pilot then requested Delta’s Redcoat ground team to meet the passenger after landing to reprimand her.

Delta has become more strict when it comes to emotional support animals on flights, as accidents increased a staggering 84% over the past few years. Their policy now only allows for dogs to be permitted as emotional support animals.

Now, I’m all for somebody having an emotional support animal, like a dog, if they truly need one, but this goes beyond “emotional support.” Sounds like she needs a whole lot more than emotional support….

Go ahead and crown this one the weirdest story of 2021.

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