Above the cottage industry of airline hacks that advise on how to best save on travel, there are real geniuses doing God's work.
Take Ryan Hawaii of London, England: While trying to board a flight from Iceland back to London, the man realized he couldn't pay the exorbitant extra-baggage fee imposed by British Airways, so he took the opportunity to literally wear all of his luggage onto the aircraft -- a kind of caped crusader of the aviation world.
Draped in his garments like a human thrift store, Hawaii attempted to board the plane last Wednesday wearing eight pairs of pants and 10 shirts. His venture was unsuccessful. Even though he dodged the 90£ ($124) fee, which he claims he couldn't afford, the airline still didn't issue him a boarding pass. Hawaii, whose real name is Ryan Carney Williams, filmed his own dispirited reaction and posted it to Twitter, as many of us do when we're quarreling with an airline's byzantine chain of command.