Tourist saved money on luggage, having dressed the entire contents of the suitcase
Matt Bott saved ? 45.
Passenger low-cost EasyJet put on all my clothes out of the suitcase to avoid paying for baggage. Thus the 32-year-old Matt Bott saved 45 pounds (57.5 euros), which was supposed to pay for the second baggage on a flight to London – Reykjavik.
Matt has consistently clothed on all t-shirts, jumpers and trousers and boots laid pockets. Security officers of the London Gatwick Airport passenger asked a few questions about his “insulated” appearance, but missed the landing, reports The Telegraph. On his Facebook page Botta wrote: “We’re going to Iceland, baby!” and added that he decided to save hard-earned pounds.
Last summer, as did the Scottish band member Rewind James MakElvar flying EasyJet from London to Glasgow. For the artist, this story ended sadly, because of the many layers of clothing he got heat stroke and lost consciousness.