A Man Wore All Of His Clothes To Avoid EasyJet's Baggage Charge

Could he BE wearing any more clothes?

It's always difficult to decide what to wear when flying. You need to be comfortable yet ready to go when you land, stylish yet not in danger of deep vein thrombosis. 

Which is why we're glad Matt Botten from Cardiff has now set a precedent for "wearing all your clothes on easyJet planes to Iceland". 

The 32-year-old wasn't actually struggling to choose an outfit, but instead trying to avoid the £45 charge to check-in his extra bag. 

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Security staff questioned Botten because, well, you would wouldn't you, but he was nonetheless quickly on his way.

"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 on Facebook with the picture.

Last year, James McElvar from band Rewind (yeah, what?) also did this on a flight to Glasgow but collapsed from heat exhaustion.

Matt didn't die though. Which is nice. 

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