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Scottish Boy Band Member James McElvar Wears 12 Layers Of Clothes To Avoid EasyJet Luggage Fee! Gets Too Hot Throws Up & Passes Out On Flight


A member of a boyband who wanted to avoid an excess luggage fee passed out on board an easyJet flight after donning all his clothes so he didn't have to pay a £45 sub-charge. James McElvar, a singer with Scottish five-piece Rewind, thought he was having a heart attack when he lost consciousness at 37,000 feet flying from London to Glasgow. Little did he know he'd passed out from heat exhaustion - having dressed himself in six t-shirts, four jumpers, three pairs of jeans, two pairs of jogging bottoms, a pair of jackets and two hats. The 19-year-old entertainer was told he was carrying too much luggage - a rucksack and small suitcase - when he reached the gate at Stansted Airport on Wednesday. His only options were to fork out almost £50 for excess baggage, bin his threads, or wear them all. Three hours later, he was in an ambulance. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>

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