Mom and daughter kicked off flight “after yelling at passengers to give up aisle seats” – World News – .

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Mom and daughter kicked off flight “after yelling at passengers to give up aisle seats” – World News – .


A mother and daughter were reportedly thrown from a plane after yelling at other passengers to give up their aisle seats.

A video shared online shows the women boarding the Southwest Airlines plane from an airport in Sacramento, Calif., Reports the Daily Star.

The woman who posted the video to her TikTok account claimed the mother and daughter boarded the flight when there were no more seats available.

She captioned: “They thought everyone should move so they could sit in the aisle.

“The flight attendant politely asked them that they couldn’t ask a plane full of people to move seats. (It’s first come, first served.) ”








Video of the incident was posted on TikTok
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In the video, a crew member is seen talking to them and can be heard saying, “We have families. We have small children.

“We can’t let people scream. You scream and scream. “

The girl can then be heard on the video saying, “We’re just going to sit down” before while sarcastically saying that her mother “is just going to hold on to you and cry and scream on the plane.”








The flight had already been delayed by two hours
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When another flight attendant asks to put them on another plane, the couple walk past them to look for aisle seats.

It was said that the flight had already been delayed by two hours and passengers had to sit for another hour to wait for airport staff to remove the mother-daughter team.







Flight attendants spoke to the women involved

The woman who posted the video on TikTok wrote: “The flight attendant felt the passengers were not safe with this behavior.

“The entire plane cheered when they were kidnapped. “

Southwest Airlines has a ‘choose a seat’ system in which they do not assign a seat to any passenger, but they are placed in different ‘boarding groups’ depending on the time they have checked in on the base. on a first come, first served basis.

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