Wednesday, 30 March 2016

UK: Guy wears all his clothes to avoid paying easyJet baggage charge

He really didn’t want to pay the extra cash (Picture: Mercury)

Having to pay for baggage fees is a bit of a bind and an added expense we could all do without.
But this guy has got life figured out.
Matt Botten decided to avoid easyJet’s £45 charge to check in an extra bag for his flight to Reykjavik by putting on all his clothes.

He was at Gatwick Airport when he faced paying the extra cash, so just emptied his bag there and then.

As a result of his extra t-shirts, jumpers, trousers and the shoes poking out of his pockets, the 32-year-old ended up being asked a few extra questions at security.
But he managed to get through along with Girlfirend Abigail White, 31.
He wrote on Facebook: ‘We’re going to Iceland baby!
‘And how to do it in a financially frugal manner, without having to stump up forty five bloody quid for a hold bag? Simply by wearing EVERYTHING I OWN.’
If you’re thinking of doing this, let this be a warning… James McElvar from band Rewind tried did this on a flight to Glasgow and ended up collapsing from heat exhaustion.

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