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United Airlines forced a two-year-old to give up his seat. No, they didn't drag him off the plane.

United Airlines forced a two-year-old to give up his seat. No, they didn't drag him off the plane.

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United Airlines is in the news again, and—surprise!—not for anything good. The airline was recently forced to apologize to a passenger after they gave the seat that she'd bought for her 2-year-old son to someone on standby, according to The Washington Post. That meant she had to hold her son for the entire three-and-a-half-hour flight, until her leg and arm went numb. As if flying with a child wasn't tough enough already.

The passenger, Shirley Yamauchi, a middle school teacher, told Hawaii News Now that she was on her way to Boston for a teacher's conference, and that her son's ticket cost as much as hers did (nearly $1,000). As she was waiting for the plane to take off, a man with the same seat number as her son, Taizo, showed up.

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