Transcript for Instruments Banned From Airplane, Violinists Fight 'Bach'
Test Text1 play Now, to the social square and the video going viral. And the musicians who say they were kept from B$y%9 a flight in Charlotte after trying to bring their intimates onboard. The rowdy violinists. Taking matters into their own hand. Reporter: The nerve, right? Let's go into social square, shall we? We have nick Kendall and Zach Depuy, of the group, time for three. They were told as they boarded the plane, they couldn't bring their violins with them. Take a look. They're angry. Yeah. Reporter: He took out his violin and began playing on the tarmac in protest. Amy said it best, fighting Bach in the best way possible. Look at these tweets. On the flight, greeted by agent. He told us violins had to be plane checked. I told him the FAA stipulates rules that say otherwise. And we have another tweet right now. From time for three. The agent then changed his tune and told us we need to gate check our roller briefcases. Unreal. So, U.S. Airways did eventually tweet them back and got them rebooked. In a statement, U.S. Airways told us, we apologize that the musicians were inconvenienced. We confirmed seats for them on a later flight. And then, they arrived in Fayetteville last night. Amy? That's good news. And we have lovely music because of it.xd right?
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