United Airlines kicked this entire family off a flight for the most insane reason of all-time

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From violent and drunk to downright belligerent airlines constantly have to deal with unruly passengers.

Of course in most of those instances the fact that unruly passengers are removed from the plane is totally understandable.

But now United Airlines kicked this entire family off a flight for the most insane reason of all-time.

Woman removed from flight after “misgendering” employee

A Texas woman named Jenna Longoria was traveling with her mom and her 16-month-old son recently with plans to fly with United Airlines.

However, the family was kicked off their flight home when she accidentally “misgendered” one of the airline’s flight attendants.

Longoria is a women’s health and hormone expert from just outside Austin, and she and her family were boarding their flight at San Francisco International Airport to their home in Texas.

She said she accidentally addressed the United Airlines crew member by the wrong pronoun several times.

“When [the flight attendant], who identifies as a woman, gave me our boarding passes, I said, ‘Thank you sir.’ That is it. That is it,” she told the New York Post.

She added, “She got upset. I walked to the plane to go down the aisle. Then she held my mother back and wouldn’t let her come with me [past the gate].”

Once on board, Longoria asked a male flight attendant for help, telling him that “he” – referring to the other flight attendant – had held her mom back at the gate, who was helping her with her son.

“He said, ‘He?’ and I said, ‘Yeah.’ He then said, ‘She’s wearing a dress.’ My son is in my hand crying, I’m trying to get on the plane,” Longoria added.

“As a mother, my prerogative is to get my son safely on the plane and not what the pronouns that someone goes by,” the confused mother noted.

Longoria did admit on social media that she is “not very versed with pronouns.”

As a result of the confusion, Longoria, her son, and her mother were not allowed to board the plane which still departed with their luggage and medications on board.

In a statement to The Post, United said that Longoria and her family were prohibited from boarding the aircraft “following a discussion about having too many carry-on items.”

However, according to Longoria, that statement is “an absolute lie.”

The incident was documented on social media

Longoria decided to take the incident to Instagram, posting a video of her talking to a United official identified as Gabriella.

The woman told Longoria she needed to get statements from witnesses to “fact find,” but later confirmed that the pilot made the ultimate call to have her kicked off.

The footage also shows Gabriella saying that the pilot’s decision is “the end of the story.”

When Longoria asked for more clarification, the United official said she was being banned from boarding “for what came out of your mouth.”

“I need you to know that because of this verbal altercation that you had with my staff, you got yourself put off this craft. And it was confirmed by the captain. They heard it all,” the representative said.

After being stuck at the airport for some time, Longoria and her family purchased new tickets from American Airlines and flew to Austin three hours after the ordeal.

No apology or refund has been issued to Longoria at the time of publishing.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.