January 28, 2023

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The couple kept it at the airport because their luggage was too heavy – and “Stowe” was discovered

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At a Texas airport, a couple learned that their luggage was overweight. When they wanted to retrieve the suitcase, a “stove” came out.

On a trip to Las Vegas, surprises are always expected, but the adventure has already begun at the Texas airport for Christie and Jared Owens. As the couple was checking their luggage at the airport, an employee of Southwest Airlines informed them that they weighed nearly 3kg. When the two wanted to rearrange their roles, they finally made a surprising discovery.

“Stoveway” causes obesity

“When you check in at the airport you know it will be an epic trip to Vegas – over 6 lbs overweight – Suddenly a Chihuahua jumped out of your boot! Jared Owens later reported on Facebook. The dog was her pet Iggy – apparently making herself comfortable before packing in one of Chihuahua Jared’s cowboy boots. “She made no sound, not even a sound. We don’t know anything. As soon as we opened the suitcase, she left,” Crisid reported to the online portal. Inside. “It was like we woke her up, her reaction was, ‘What are you all doing here?'” Jared added. Since then, many English language media outlets have published such news Washington Post, Independent And People From the incident.

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Surprise at the airport: How did Iggy get into the suitcase?

According to the couple, Jared is someone He only packs his suitcase at the last minute. That’s why, although Christie’s mother has to take care of her, no one notices that Iggy has disappeared. “My first thought was that the staff might think we should kidnap a dog,” Jared reported loudly. Inside. Instead, Southwest Airlines employee Kathy Cook volunteered to look after their dog as they flew to Vegas.

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In his Facebook post, he thanked the staff for “excellent customer service”. Eventually, however, Iki was picked up by a cousin and taken to Christie’s mother. “Half an hour later she got home safely,” Christie said. The couple was finally able to take their flight to Las Vegas. (fk)