A Man In China Wore 70 Pieces Of Clothing On A Flight To Avoid Baggage Fees

A Man In China Wore 70 Pieces Of Clothing On A Flight To Avoid Baggage Fees
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An unnamed Chinese man flying out of the Guangzhou Baiyun Internaional airport in China was told that he would need to pay an additional baggage fee if he would like to check in his baggage.

Well, he didn’t. According to Guangzhou Daily, he just wore everything that he had packed. Guangzhou Daily writes:

“At that point, he simply took out more than 60 shirts and nine pairs of jeans. He didn’t get rid of them, but instead put them on and decided to wear them to avoid the extra charges. He then moved on to board his flight to Nairobi, Kenya, but was stopped by a metal detector. That was when he had to undergo a full body search.”

He had to remove some thumb-drives from his pockets, but was let on board after that. Way to go China-man, way to go.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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