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    Way Off Leash: United Airlines Sends Man’s Dog to Wrong City

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    United Airlines, everybody’s favorite airline, has now sent a passenger’s dog to the wrong city.

    Currently scraping the bottom of the branding reputation barrel, American legacy air carrier United Airlines has added to it's summer of #fail by sending a dog and its master to two different destinations.

    Traveling together on July 14 from Missouri to Burbank, California, Los Angeles-based rapper ScHoolboy Q and his dog, Yeeerndamean, were separated by United Airlines ground workers during a layover in Denver, Colorado, according to The Independent, and sent in two different directions.

    The Interscope-affiliated rapper quickly took to Twitter to vent his dismay, tweeting: "U PUT MY DOG ON THE WRONG FLIGHT????"

    The major label artist then took his complaint to CNN, texting the media company that he "plan[s] on suing," and observing that his "little dog been moving around since the A.M."

    The airline later responded to CNN with a blanket corporate statement, claiming that they had "reached out to our customer and sincerely apologise for this mistake and are providing a refund."

    It is not known whether Yeeerndamean has finally been reunited with his pop star master.

    In the past, ScHoolboy Q has cited his pets in his songs, asserting in the track Take The Pain Away that the "only thing I got is my girl and my dogs."

    In recent months United Airlines has seen engines catch on fire during flights, seats reserved for children sold to other passengers, and — most notoriously — a doctor with a confirmed reservation get beaten and dragged off a flight because the airline sought to give an employee his seat.

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