Mum and daughter kicked off full plane for yelling at people to give up seats

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A mum and daughter were kicked off a plane after allegedly yelling at other passengers and threatening to grab onto people during the flight.

Video shared online shows the duo getting on board a Southwest Airlines plane from an airport in Sacramento.

Ally, who posted the clip on her TikTok account @official_norcal_mom, claimed the two passengers got on the fully boarded plane despite there being no spare seats left.

In the caption she wrote: "They thought everyone should move so they could have an aisle seat.

"The flight attendant politely asked them that they could not ask a full plane of people to move seats. (It's first come first served.)"

In the video, a crew member is seen talking to them: "We have families. We have little kids.

"We can’t have people yelling. You are screaming and yelling."

"We'll just go sit down," the daughter replies while sarcastically saying that her mother is "just gonna grab onto you and cry and scream on the plane".

When another flight attendant asks to put them on another plane, the pair walk past them to look for aisle seats.

Ally said the flight was already delayed for two hours and they had to sit in the plane for another hour to wait for airport staff to remove the pair from the plane.

"The flight attendant felt like the passengers weren't safe with that behaviour," she wrote.

"They will likely not be allowed to fly SWA again. The whole plane applauded when they were removed."


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Southwest Airlines has a "pick a seat" system where they don't assign seats to any passengers but they are put into different "boarding groups" based on the time they checked in on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Daily Star contacted Southwest Airlines for comment.

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