It’s always amusing to observe how people, typically men, manipulate their AITA postings to appear to be in the right, only to reveal their actual selves when you read the comments. This is the case with the stepfather in question, u/OutlandishnessFew227, whose terrorizing “ESA” (it’s not) dog disrupted his stepson’s birthday party and who accused his wife of being “psychotic” because his dog ate the food it wasn’t supposed to since it had gotten into the wrong food.
An emotional support animal (ESA) can provide tremendous comfort and support to individuals with mental health conditions, but there have been instances where people have taken advantage of the system. Recently, a woman in Kentucky made headlines after her fake ESA dog allegedly attacked her stepson and ate his KFC. According to reports, the woman’s stepson was eating KFC in his bedroom when the fake ESA dog entered the room and began attacking him. The stepson escaped, but not before the dog devoured his entire meal. The incident has raised questions about the legitimacy of ESA certifications and the responsibilities of owning an ESA.
Instances of people taking advantage of the emotional support animal (ESA) system have raised concerns about the legitimacy of ESA certifications.
A woman in Kentucky is making headlines after her fake ESA dog allegedly attacked her stepson and ate his KFC.
The stepson managed to escape the fake ESA dog, but not before it had eaten his entire meal.
The incident has raised questions about the regulations surrounding ESAs and the responsibilities of owning one.
The demand for ESAs continues to rise, but it’s crucial to ensure that the system is not being exploited for personal gain.
Do you also think that OP has manipulated the story in order to make it appear in his own favor? If you don’t, you need to read the Redditor’s comments to gain more clarity about the story. Don’t forget to share your opinion at the end of this article.
After making that list, this Redditor labels OP as ETA and I think it seems about right
People in the comments are strictly against OP and are labeling him as “the literal worst”
It was definitely OP’s job to look after the dog and train him but he clearly failed at it and people in the comment are bummed about that
People are even conceived that OP should have been divorced way too early
How can emotional support be terrorizing?
As the demand for emotional support animals continues to rise, it’s crucial to ensure that the system is not being exploited for personal gain. While the incident with the fake ESA dog and the KFC may seem like an isolated event, it highlights the need for greater accountability and responsibility when it comes to owning an ESA. Ultimately, it’s up to all of us to ensure that these animals are being used appropriately and that their owners are properly trained and prepared to care for them.
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