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.
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.
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:
“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.