If you’ve ever thought about donning several layers of clothes to save airline baggage fees… it’s kind of against the rules.
A guy traveling to England from Iceland gave the trick a shot by wearing eight pairs of pants and 10 shirts. Ryan Carney Williams was forced to take most of it off by British Airways who then wouldn’t give him a boarding pass because the clothes didn’t fit in his bags.
Isn’t that why he wore them to begin with?
Williams tried pushing the issue about what he was doing wrong and finally cops were called. The next day, he tried to grab another flight and was rejected. He got his money back for the flights…and hopefully learned a lesson.
Source: New York Post