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Couple Kicked Off United Plane Before Their Own Wedding

Couple Kicked Off United Plane Before Their Own Wedding

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A bride and groom were heading to their wedding destination, well, until they were suddenly kicked off a United Airlines flight on Saturday (April 15th).

The bride and groom were Michael Hohl and Amber Maxwell.

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They were flying from Salt Lake City to Costa Rica. But the duo had a layover at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas.

This controversial situation began when the bride and groom boarded the plane and notice a man napping across their seats. 24B and C.

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Instead of waking the man up, they decided to move up three rows and sit in seats 21 B and C.

The pair didn’t think it would be such a huge problem because the plane was only halfway full and they were the last ones to board.

Hohl talked to KHOU about his decision to move seats and said:

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“We thought, ‘Not a big deal.’

“It’s not like we are trying to jump up into a first-class seat.

“We were simply in an economy row a few rows above our economy seat.”

The United staff wasn’t having it, though.

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