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The excitement of going on holiday can often be overshadowed by the ball ache of travelling.
Airlines seem to want to charge us for anything, including the luggage we take. It'll soon get to the point where we're paying for the breaths we inhale on board a plane.
There are certain loop holes you can find to not have to pay for particular add-ons, and this lad found a brilliant one.
Matt Botten. from Cardiff, was checking in for his EasyJet flight to Iceland and was understandably miffed at the fact he'd have to pay £45 for extra hand luggage. Instead of paying it, he decided to unpack all of his clothes and check himself in wearing all he'd brought.
Matt then headed through airport security where he had to answer extended questions about his apparel.
He then took to Facebook to share his impressive feat and announce that he and his girlfriend we're 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.
Words by Mark McGowan
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