This Man Wore All His Clothes At The Airport To Avoid British Airways Luggage Fees (Photo)

Ryan Carney Williams tried to avoid British Airways excess luggage fee by wearing all his clothing.

He was however arrested for wearing an excessive amount of clothing and banned from boarding an easyJet flight, after the airline heard about his behaviour.

The British tourist was then barred twice from flying home at Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport, after he first turned up wearing eight pairs of pants and 10 shirts, report says.

Mr Ryan Carney Williams reportedly did so to avoid paying for excess luggage on his British Airways flight to London last Wednesday (Jan 10).

Ryan Carney Williams tried to avoid British Airways excess luggage fee by wearing all his clothing. He was however arrested for wearing an excessive amount of clothing and banned from boarding an easyJet flight, after the airline heard about his behaviour.

The British tourist was then barred twice from flying home at Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport, after he first turned up wearing eight pairs of pants and 10 shirts, report says.

Mr Ryan Carney Williams reportedly did so to avoid paying for excess luggage on his British Airways flight to London last Wednesday (Jan 10).

It was reported that Williams was denied a boarding pass by British Airways for donning all the clothes that would not fit into his check-in luggage.

He was later arrested for being rude and for refusing to leave the flight desk when asked to do so, the report said.

Mr Williams was said to have documented the incident on his Twitter account, where he was filmed draped in multiple clothing, with at least two sweaters tied around his neck.

“They’re really having me dress like this to go on, and they won’t even let me go on,” he said in the video.

He also called the airline “despicable” and questioned if he was a victim of racial profiling.

He tweeted:

‘And AGAIN! Refused from 2 flights in 2 days for no valid reason.’
A spokesperson for British Airways says:
‘We give our customers a wide range of fares to choose from to meet their needs.
‘Our hand baggage only fares from Iceland are as low as £47 each way, and are designed for customers who are travelling without any hold baggage.
‘We do understand that our customers’ plans can change so they can choose to pay a fee at the airport if they need an extra bag.
‘We explained our policy to our customer, and offered him an alternative flight to London.’
A spokesperson for easyJet says:
‘The Captain and the ground crew were concerned about reports from the previous day so we provided a refund and he travelled with another airline.’

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