in US John and his family arrived at the Nice airport in France they were told that their luggage was heavy. After which John started wearing clothes from the bag to reduce the baggage weight.

John and his family were flying to Edinburgh and their baggage was over the weight limit by eight kilos. After which John started wearing clothes from the bag to reduce the baggage weight.

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The video of the hilarious incident was posted by John’s son Josh Irvine on Twitter and it has gone viral online.

Suitcase was over the weight limit in the airport so ma Da whipped oot aboot 15 shirts n wacked every one a them on to make the weightcunt wis sweatin pic.twitter.com/7h7FBgrt03Josh Irvine (@joshirvine7) July 6, 2019

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Josh had tweeted a series of Snapchat videos saying, “Suitcase was over the weight limit in the airport so ma Da whipped oot aboot 15 shirts n wacked everyone of them on to make the weight.”

Josh captioned the video showing John wearing the extra layers by saying he was “absolutely bloody roasting”.

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In the video, John can be seen putting the 15 shirts one after the other. At the time of writing this article, the hilarious video already had 4.2k likes and 35k retweets.

Even Twitter had some hilarious reactions for their situation:

That’s madness cause technically the weight will still be on the plane cause ur da’s wearing it which proves limiting suitcase weight is a scamGlasgows Green and White (@McKinnz88) July 7, 2019

pic.twitter.com/84mqvbqy7RWez (@Big_Wezza) July 6, 2019

Been there done that, looked like this… pic.twitter.com/kJuuRR77ikTai Toki (@Patutai_Toki) July 8, 2019

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Oh Josh this is hysterical- totally re- tweeting this . John Irvine aka Joey Tribiani – how you doinJo Cameron (@Cameron2Jo) July 6, 2019

While we don’t know how much extra baggage charge Josh and his family was trying to avoid, but Natalie Wynn managed to avoid about Rs 6,000 approximately.

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