How to fool EasyJet? Easy: just wear 13 shirts. All together.
Josh Irvine, 46, of Scotland, as his luggage weighed too much to carry by hand, he thought of an original ploy to remedy the extra payment.
"The girl at the check-in counter asked us if we wanted to pay, but my father didn't think about it for a moment: he opened the suitcase and quickly put on 13 garments to reach the allowed weight and not spend 100 euros more" , his son Josh told local media. "We had a bit of trouble when we did security checks because everyone thought we were trying to smuggle some product by hiding it under our clothes. Fortunately everything went well and we embarked saving more than 100 euros ”.