CNN contributor Ana Navarro reports:
I just heard an announcement over the speaker at airport in Albany asking that the person who forgot their emotional support goldfish at the TSA checkpoint, please come back to retrieve it.
No. I’m not making this up.
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) March 11, 2018
Unlike Spirit Airlines the TSA apparently doesn’t require flushing emotional support animals down the toilet. Leaving behind the goldfish may have been done in hopes of finding them a new home if the passenger was flying United or Delta amidst their crackdown.
Want I want to know though is how this passenger managed to get the goldfish through the checkpoint in the first place in more than 3 ounces of water that would have been necessary to keep them alive. I can’t imagine the water was frozen to become a solid, either.
Goldfish aren’t the only thing left behind at a checkpoint today. (HT: @pir8z40
Austin airport PA: "If you've been to Checkpoint 2, and left your white cowboy hat, please return to claim it." (Also, going thru security line with Connie Britton). Peak #SXSW for me.
— Brook Silva-Braga (@Brook) March 12, 2018
By the way Ms. Navarro is also apparently not a fan of American Airlines streaming inflight entertainment.
Oscar nominated films now avail on @AmericanAir. So far, I saw one movie about a woman having sex with Charlie the Tuna, and one about a boy having sex with a man, a girl & a peach – but not simultaneously. I’m thinking the next one, is about sex w/3 billboards.🐠 🍑🤷🏻♀️
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) March 12, 2018
American’s fairly anodyne response appears to have been deleted.