I swear, flying gets more stressful every time I see a video like this!

Before boarding, passengers were told at the gate that the flight was overbooked and United was offering $400 and a hotel stay, was looking for one volunteer to take another flight to Louisville about 24 hours later.

Passengers boarded the flight, but once the flight was filled those on the plane were told that four people needed to give up their seats to stand-by United employees.

Passengers were told that the flight would not take off until the United crew had seats, Bridges said, and the offer was increased to $800, but no one volunteered.

Then, she said, a manager came aboard the plane and said a computer would select four people to be taken off the flight. One couple was selected first and left the airplane, she said, before the man in the video was confronted.