I gotta be honest I find this so funny LOL! The guy goes by 'Ryan Hawaii', and he was basically detained and kicked off his flight in Iceland for wearing all the clothes that was originally in his bag. He said he couldn't afford the baggage fee so was trying to save money. What are your thoughts on this? Do you think they should've let him on? I think so on the fact that if he physically had it on him he should be allowed to be on the flight. He eventually was refunded but you can see the videos below of what wrnt down. More on the story here.
To everyone reporting on my airport experience in Iceland.— Ryan Hawaii (@RYAN_HAWAII) January 16, 2018
PLEASE STOP SAYING I was EVADING excess baggage fees....I couldn't AFFORD the fee (£90) as a result of being left homeless in Iceland for over a week.
Paints a VERY different picture.
Thankful that anyone cares tho.
As opposed to "evading" would you prefer "avoiding" or "trying not to pay" who goes on vacation to be homeless in Iceland and then won't pay their bag fees? Next time you can "evade" fees by taking a vacation you can afford. Be thankful the airlines refunded you.— davidblufer (@davidblufer) January 16, 2018
Wow, I hope you do take them to court. Offloaded from one airline because some other airline did it the day before!?? And no refund!?? How are you supposed to get of Iceland!!— Lorne McClenaghan (@lawboy2001) January 18, 2018
Man, who can afford a trip to Iceland, could not pay a baggage fee?— Jane Prado (@JanePrado12) January 18, 2018
1) You do not need to take so many clothes on your trip. Even a 2-wk trip would need no more than half as much. Plus, I'm reasonably sure that Iceland has laundries. 2) Why didn't you just mail most of it back? Would have been cheaper and less asinine.— andreastu (@andreastu) January 17, 2018