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Passenger Says Delta Airlines Held Puppy Hostage For 33 Hours

Passenger Says Delta Airlines Held Puppy Hostage For 33 Hours

A Minnesota woman claimed that Delta Airlines held her dog “hostage” at a Guatemalan airport for 33 hours last week, demanding payment for the puppy before giving it back. Mary Nguyen said the airline refused to give her back her dog until she gave them $3,000.
Nguyen, 25, said the incident occurred last week when she paid private company Pet Air Carrier $3,000 to ship her German Shepherd, Bunny, to Central America. When Nguyen’s husband attempted to get Bunny from the airport at La Aurora International in Guatemala City, Delta said it did not have the correct paperwork, according to Marketwatch.
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