Passenger wears ALL his clothes to beat luggage fee - and gets arrested

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A man travelling from Iceland to London was turned away from two flights after he wore eight pairs of trousers and 10 shirts to avoid paying for excess luggage.

But despite acknowledging his role in the confrontation, Mr Williams took to Instagram to record the events and accuse the airline of racial profiling.

After being taken to the police station, he then returned to the airport to catch a second flight, but was again turned away after the previous incident.

After he gave his statement to the police, he was allowed to return to the airport to catch another flight he had booked with Easy Jet airlines.

British Airways said the artist and clothing designer from south London was barred entry to his original flight when he attempted to board with an oversized bag. He included a video of himself asking why he could not board and a staff member saying: "Do we need to call the police?"

The Iceland Monitor reported Hawaii was turned away after being disruptive, with a video he posted on Twitter showing airport security approaching him and telling him not to film them.

According to him, EasyJet and British Airways both refunded him after he complained to them.

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"The decision to deny boarding was absolutely not based on race. Refused from two flights in two days for no valid reason".

Williams was eventually able to make it home on a Norwegian Airlines flight but is focused on directing attention on British Airways and EasyJet, threatening a lawsuit against the latter.

The 22-year-old missed his BA flight from Iceland to the United Kingdom, and claims he was also barred from an easyJet plane the next day.

Hawaii eventually made it back to the United Kingdom via Norwegian Airlines and says he is being refunded by both BA and easyJet for the flights he missed.

Mr Williams claims he was stuck at the Iceland airport with no money and without his belongings as his luggage successfully flown to England without him.

Speaking to Storyful, a British Airways representative said that they explained their rules to him and offered to put him on a different flight to London.