Things seem to just keep getting worse and worse for United.
When you add the whole drag-gate drama to the mix, the CEO's initial horrible response to the terrifying incident, and the fact that the company's stock tanked billions of dollars after the fiasco, you have to wonder just how it would be possible for the airline to become more hated.
I mean, they've gotten involved in so much trouble these past few days that it almost seems like they're intentionally destroying their business.
When the couple boarded the plane for their trip from Houston to Costa Rica, they allegedly found someone sleeping in their assigned seats. Looking around the plane and seeing that some of the seats were unfilled, they plopped down in different seats.
"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," groom Michael Hohl said in an interview with KHOU.
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And United booted them from the flight because of it.
"They said that we were being disorderly and a hazard to the rest of the flight, to the safety of the other customers," Hohl continued.
United claims things went down differently from what that bride and groom said, explaining that Hohl and Maxwell "repeatedly" tried sitting in the "Economy Plus" section and were asked if they wanted to pay the difference for the seat upgrade, but declined to go back to their seats right away. Spokeswoman Maggie Schmerin wrote in an email to Mashable that no Air Marshals were involved in the incident, either, and that the passengers listened to the crew and exited the plane.
From Dr. David Dao being dragged off the plane, to a passenger flying from Kauai to LA who was threatened with handcuffs for not giving up his seat to "somebody more important," to a man being stung by a scorpion that fell on his head, there's been a lot of heartache for the affordable airline.
Okay, that last one wasn't an actual Southwest ad, but imagine!
The airline says it'll no longer displace customers who've been seated in its planes, but it might not be enough to reverse United's poor image, or from being roasted to high hell.
At the least, we can all hope the bride and groom finally made it to their wedding!
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I live for real-life plot twists like this. They keep us on our toes while we cruise through this journey of life. Which is why when u/whytho37 asked Reddit to share their most insane plot twists, the results were incredible.
Scroll down for twists so good, you wouldn't believe they actually happened if you saw them in a film.