An American Airline passenger was handcuffed to a wheelchair and removed from a flight to Los Angeles after he became disruptive. The incident took place at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas, on Monday.

According to a co-passenger, the unidentified man, who was unhappy with his seat, went and sat down on another seat. He then refused to get up when the passenger who was assigned the seat showed up.

A video of the incident showed the man screaming, “Don’t force me. Don’t violate my freedom. That’s my seat. You don’t like it, switch it.” Flight attendants then threatened to throw him out of the flight if he did not get back to his seat. However, when the man refused to listen to the flight attendants, other passengers were deplaned and police arrived to handle the situation.

Another video showed the man, who was handcuffed to a wheelchair, led out of the flight by the officers. The man was also seen struggling with them. The flight was delayed by about 45 minutes, however, it remained unclear whether charges were filed against the passenger.

The incident took place a day after a couple was removed from an American Airline flight from Miami to Los Angeles after they had a disruptive argument. Video of the incident showed the couple arguing loudly after which a flight attendant approached them and asked them not to swear as there was a child seated behind them. The fight, however, continues and at one point the man gets up to leave. Suddenly, the woman stands up and smashes a laptop on his head. Police said the woman walked away after de-boarding the flight and they could not find her after that. The man too “refused to write a statement and was uncooperative.”

American Airlines plane at terminal
An American Airlines plane is seen at Charlotte International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Feb. 17, 2019. Getty Images/DANIEL SLIM