A man bound to England was arrested for attempting to avoid an excess luggage fee by wearing all of his clothes in the luggage.
Ryan Carney Williams was supposed to travel back home from Iceland. He was later denied a boarding pass at the British Airways desk for his flight home.
He wore eight pairs of pants and 10 shirts, all of the clothes he could not fit in his check-in luggage.
The airline said Mr. Williams turned rude and refused to leave the desk, prompting them to call for a security guard.
In his tweet, Mr. Williams said the police sprayed him with mace and held him on the floor after refusing to leave.
Along with his tweets were videos where he was asking why he could not go onboard.
The next day, he was sent back to the airport for a flight he had booked with EasyJet for the next day.
However, he was again sent back when he was already at the flight gate because of the incident from the previous day.
Later on, Mr. Williams said on his Twitter account that they are just “racial profiling” him.
The denied passenger said he was stuck at the Iceland airport without money and without his belongings.
In addition, his luggage was already included in his supposed to be flight on the first day.
Meanwhile, EasyJet and British Airways said they already refunded him after filing his complaint to the airlines.