A Harvard Women’s Studies and Islamic Studies professor was forcibly taken off of a Southwest flight today. She demanded that two dogs be taken off of the plane because she said she’s allergic to dogs. Well, things got ugly as you’ll see in the now viral video: You can hear her yell, “don’t touch me!” at the 1:59 point she says, “I’m a professor!”…WE HAVE MANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS – RED FLAGS EVERYWHERE (see below)!
The woman, identified as 46-year-old Anila Daulatzai from Baltimore, had complained about two dogs on her flight from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Los Angeles. She said she was deathly allergic, but when crew informed her they couldn’t remove the dogs, one of which was a service dog, she was told to leave the plane. That’s when things went south. After the woman couldn’t show medical papers about her allergies and refused to leave the plane, law enforcement arrived to remove her, Southwest said in a statement.
She’s since been charged with disorderly conduct, failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order, disturbing the peace, obstructing and hindering a police officer and resisting arrest.
We’re wondering why you wouldn’t carry papers or have some sort of id if you are severely allergic to dogs. Another reflag is that during her removal by police, the woman said, “I need to close my pants”. Hummm…She also yells out that her dad has surgery tomorrow. We’re wondering if she is severely allergic to dogs then why didn’t she run off the plane away from the dogs to tell someone? Nothing adds up in this situation…we smell a rat but we could be wrong. We just see red flags everywhere with this woman:
WE FOUND THIS ABOUT DAULATZAI: