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A Delta Airlines passenger was allowed to bring a turkey aboard his flight, according to a photo that's making the rounds this morning. 

The photo of the bird quickly spread after a friend of one of the flight attendants posted it on Reddit.

Airlines will allow passengers with disabilities to bring some animals on board for "emotional support" under the Air Carrier Access Act.

Usually it's a service dog, but more and more people have reportedly been using the exception to bring other kinds of pets with them. 

One Reddit user commented that a "coworker's family member has a terribly behaved dog as a service animal and takes him everywhere."

Another photo showed the turkey being wheeled through the airport in a wheelchair... 

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Delta said it allowed the turkey in this particular case after receiving "extensive documentation from the customer."

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