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A woman who was told that her suitcase was over the weight limit and had an ingenious way of avoiding the payment of excessive fees by getting rid of all her clothes.
Gel with the Team, and has recently managed to reduce it from its case in more than 19 pounds of clothing in up to 14 pounds, and due to the number of layers she was wearing.
Posting a photo on Facebook, the Team that will be in her outfit and with what appeared to be, at least, three tops, two pairs of pants and four jackets.
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It is not clear exactly what kind of company they are travelling with.
Her talent, technique quickly gained fans, and shared nearly 20,000 times on Facebook.
The team said the Vice-that is, they “didn’t want to pay the fee, and because of the excess of weight was so small.
However, they do not recommend other travelers to try the same method.
“It was a very, very hot,” she reminded him.
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Facebook users were fans of the art, with a lot of place with smiling emoji’s.
The story-hardly marks the first time that a customer has resorted to extreme measures to avoid paying out extra money.
It’s not the first time that a customer has resorted to extreme measures to avoid paying out extra money.
A Thomas Cook passenger has avoided the $80 over the cost earlier in the year due to the transfer of the four dresses, two pairs of shorts, and a dress that wrapped around her neck. A lot of comparing her to Joey on “Friends” after you look a lot bigger due to the size of the strata.
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One of the other men, who, at 15 knots in order to avoid the payment of the $120 in luggage with EasyJet.
This story was originally published in The Sun. Read more content out of The Sun.