How can airline passengers avoid baggage fees?

Answer: by wearing their bags

by Colin Wood / March 31, 2014
London Media

A new jacket conceivably created for skinflints with no fashion sense allows airline passengers to carry everything they need on their person and avoid the baggage fees that have become common among airlines.

The jacket, called Jaktogo, can hold 22 pounds of stuff, according to the developers. A YouTube video shows how users can pack the jacket, and convert it into a bag, until they get to the airport, at which time they can wear the bag and avoid those pesky fees.