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Man puts on 15 layers of clothing rather than pay EasyJet's excess baggage fee

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John Irvine of Glasgow was boarding an EasyJet flight from Nice with his family Friday night when he was told his check-in baggage was too heavy. Rather than pay, he opened his bag and began putting on layers... (www.newsweek.com) 更多...

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Cansojr
Cansojr 1
While I believe consumers should use every means possible to save a buck. This sounds absurd. This passenger who expressed his sentiments by "ovverdressing" sent a good message to the bargain carriers. Stop nickel and dining us to death. This person had enough and fought back. We just won't take it anymore.
patpylot
patrick baker 1
pack lighter, . 15 layers of clothes- really? also, the ecxess baggage scam is transparently absurd, unfair, and i give credit to this guy for circumventing it in style, so to speak....
sgbelverta
sharon bias 1
As long as he wasn't my seatmate, and didn't try and take all 15 layers off while seated, he's fine

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