Airline passenger wears 2.5 KILOS of her clothing to avoid being charged
It happens many a times, we get frustrated when it comes to the baggage weight to arrive in the flight. Due to some stuffs the baggage is overweight.But have you ever tried a hilarious trick which one of the passenger did recently.

An airline passenger Gel Rodriguez, from the Philippines, did something funny yet intelligent to avoid paying for extra baggage on a flight by wearing at least 10 pieces of her clothing.

Airline passenger wears 2.5 KILOS of her clothing to avoid being charged
She decided to wear 2.5 kilograms of her garments after her carry-on luggage exceeded the maximum weight of seven kilos.

The traveller said she was informed by airline staff at the check-in counter her suitcase weighed nine kilos so she would be charged a weight fee.

‘When the airline staff at the check in counter said “Only seven kilos is allowed in hand luggage”. She said “No problem“.’

Refusing to make the payment, she transformed her overweight baggage from nine kilos to a light 6.5 kilos after layering herself with multiple t-shirts, pants and jackets.

She told to VICE :” didn’t want to pay the fee for the excess baggage because it was only two kilograms (4.4 lbs).

Post attempting this hack of saving excess baggage money and layering herself in clothes ,she will not try this again.

Airline passenger wears 2.5 KILOS of her clothing to avoid being charged
She said : ‘It was really hot‘

She also joked that if she had known her post would go viral, she would have ‘posed better’ in the picture.

In her Facebook post on October 2, she shared a picture of herself proudly wearing what appeared to be five t-shirts, three pairs of pants, and three jackets.

From 9kg to 6.5kg baggage,’ Gel wrote, adding a laughing emoji, along with the hashtag: #ExcessBaggageChallengeAccepted.

Her amusing act has gathered 33,000 ‘likes’, 1,000 comments and ‘shared’ more than 20,000 times.

‘Why didn’t I think of this hahaha,’ posted somone

‘I wish I did this, I ended up throwing some of my things in the trash bin. What a pity,’ another quoted.

Next one said : ‘Hahaha good idea.’

Others admitted they have done this previously to avoid paying weight fees.