The most common problem on planes is not the one you are worried about most: The seat belt.
The problem is that some airlines allow passengers to buckle up to the point where the seat belt can easily buckle and cause injuries.
The United Airlines flight from Atlanta to Chicago on Sunday morning was not the first time that an accident has been caused by a passenger wearing a seat belt, but it was the most serious.
The flight was en route from Chicago to Atlanta, and passengers were allowed to bring a laptop or tablet to the gate for their flight, according to United spokesman Jim Smith.
Smith said the flight was delayed for more than two hours.
According to Smith, the flight attendants noticed that passengers had been sitting on the back of their seats, and one of them tried to push the seat back up into the seats to accommodate them.
“It was the wrong seat, but that’s how it happened,” Smith said.
“One of the flight crew members decided to take a seat in front of the laptop and the passengers got out of the plane.”
Smith said the crew member tried to grab the seat, which was next to his.
“The flight attendant grabbed his legs, and it was a bad move,” Smith told ABC News.
“This is the kind of seat you could slip in and out of.”
After the incident, United Airlines took steps to tighten up the procedures, including removing the laptop from the seats.
Smith said United would not be able to release any additional details about the flight until it had completed its investigation.