Lately, United Airlines have featured in the headlines a lot, and not for the best reasons.
Last month they prevented two young girls from boarding a flight because they were wearing leggings.
United Airlines tried to justify this strict dress code enforcement because their fliers were United pass travelers. This meant they were subjected to different rules because they were dependents of United employees.
But now, United Airlines are in the news again.
And this time, the reason why is more frightening.
A man, who is reportedly a doctor, was forcefully removed from a Unite Airlines flight from Chicago to Louisville after the airline overbooked the flight.
The news of this forced removal comes with a disturbing video recorded by another passenger.
It shows the man being pulled from his seat by several airport police officers.
United Airlines explained the situation.
The airline asked for volunteers to leave the aircraft. They apparently offered $400 and a hotel stay, but no one wanted to take a flight the next day.
The offer was eventually increased to $800, but there were still no volunteers.