Sometimes passengers can’t get it right.
Remeber a year or so back when a woman was kicked off a flight for wearing too few clothes?
Well, now we have the yin to her yang.
A British Airways passenger was told he would not be able to board a flight due to his ridiculous amount of clothing.
And we’ve got to admit, he does look kind of ridiculous.
Ryan Carney Williams was attempting to board a BA flight from Iceland Keflavík International Airport to England but was stopped by airline staff when he tried to avoid excess luggage fees.
So how exactly did he avoid the fees?
By wearing eight pairs of pants and 10 shirts, of course.
In a tweet, Williams accused BA of holding him back from flying because he “had no baggage”, so he ” put all the clothes on and they still won’t let me on”.
Williams accused BA of “racial profiling” as their motivation for not letting him on, though, he is basically wearing our entire winter wardrobe.
As the incident unfolded Williams continued to live tweet updates, with the second simply saying “disappointing”.
According to Icelandic news site Mbl, BA advised the site they had told Williams he was unable to board the flight as he was overdressed and being rude to staff.
When he refused to leave the desk, security was called to remove him.
To add another twist to this bizarre story, Williams also claimed that when police arrived, he was sprayed with mace and pushed to the ground.
According to News.com, Williams was then stranded in the airport without money, luggage or a plane to catch.
Finally, a Norwegian airline allowed him to board their flight and return to England.