Bride and groom are dragged off United Airlines flight by ‘US Marshal’ after moving to an empty row to let sleeping passenger nap in their seats

Sunday, April 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

Michael Hohl and his fiancée Amber were thrown off flight in Texas
They moved to different seats to allow someone in theirs to carry on sleeping
United Airlines claims they were trying to sit in upgraded seats without paying
The say they were removed from the plane by a US Marshal who said they were a ‘hazard’
The couple from Salt Lake City were en route to their wedding in Costa Rica

16 April 2017

A bride and groom were removed from a United Airlines flight after moving to an empty row to allow another passenger to stay asleep in their seats.

Michael Hohl and his fiancée Amber Maxwell were flying to Costa Rica for their wedding on Saturday afternoon when they were told to disembark at Texas’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

The couple from Salt Lake City, Utah, say they boarded the plane to find another passenger asleep in their seats.

Rather than wake them up, they went to sit in an empty row which they claim was in the same class.

When a United Airlines flight attendant approached them to ask if they were in their ticketed seats, they explained that they weren’t and asked for an upgrade but were turned down.

The couple claims they returned to their original seats calmly but that a US Marshal appeared moments later to escort them off.

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