AS FASHION crimes go, it was a moderate offence. But to British Airways, it simply wouldn’t fly.
A traveller bound for London has been prevented from boarding after putting on all his clothes at once in an attempt to beat luggage allowance rules.
Metro reports the man, Ryan Carney Williams, was denied a boarding pass when he checked in at Iceland’s Keflavik airport and allegedly become so angry that security officers used mace to subdue him.
After giving a statement to police, he returned the next day to board an easyJet flight but was again turned away.
Williams eventually made it home aboard a Norwegian carrier and says he was able to obtain refunds from both British Airways and easyJet.