A tourist travelling from Iceland to England was arrested for wearing eight trousers and ten shirts. The reason he put on all his clothes was to evade a fee for excess luggage.
The tourist, Ryan Carney Williams who calls himself Ryan Hawaii was denied a boarding pass at the British Airways desk when he had put on all his clothes and was about to register for the flight. The reason given was that he was rude and he was asked to leave the flight desk and a security guard was called when he refused.
The next day he had a flight booked back home with EasyJet. Check in went fine but when he arrived at the gate a man told him he wasn’t allowed to board due to his behaviour the previous day. He was therefore stuck in Iceland without his luggage and without money. Hawaii has been in contact with British Airways and he’s being refunded by them, and EasyJet have refunded him. Yesterday he was finally able to fly back using the Norwegian airline but his luggage is still stuck at another airport in England.