A fellow passenger, Jonathan Skolnik told the Associated Press that a duffel bag had an odor that clarified the situation. "It's no duffel bag but a rather stout PIG...on a leash," he wrote in an email. "Am I dreaming." He estimated the pig weighed between 50 to 70 lbs according to ABC News.
"The pig is incontinent," he told AP. The animal was running back and forth on the plane, as the owner tried to clean up after her pig.
Emotional support animals are permitted on commercial flight only if thy are not disruptive, per the U.S. Department of Transportation, Masvidal said.
Contributing: The Associated Press
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