Let’s be realistic about traveling, it’s a real pain in the ass. And it’s crazy expensive taboot. The airlines nickel and dime you every step of the process on everything from subtle upgrades, to meals, to simply bringing an extra carry on bag. But sometimes there are loopholes around these expenses and one such problem solver, Matt Botten, who was traveling on an EasyJet flight to Iceland, found a way around paying 45 quid (roughly 50 U.S. dollars) for an extra travel bag. Instead of paying, Matt decided to unpack all of his clothes and check himself in wearing every article of clothing he brought.
Matt then headed through airport security where he had to answer extended questions about his apparel.
He then shared his impressive, and stubborn, feat on Facebook and proclaimed that he and his girlfriend were on their way to Iceland.
“We’re going to Iceland baby! And how to do it in a financially frugal manner, without having to stump up forty five bloody quid for a hold bag? Simply by wearing everything I own,” he wrote.