Man checks in a can of beer as only luggage on flight

Judith Bessette
Julho 12, 2017

A man from Australia, who boarded a plane traveling from Melbourne to Perth on Saturday, chose to "only pack the essentials" so he checked in a single can of beer as his luggage.

He was travelling on Qantas flight QF777 and he insisted that his can of Emu Export lager comes with him.

A hop head checked in a single can of beer as his luggage on a flight - and the airport staff happily tagged the tin and put it on the plane, according to a new report.

"My mate works at the airport and we hatched the plan as a laugh - I half didn't expect it to come out the other end", Dean Stinson, the man behind it all, told the Daily Mail.

Grant Wright and his precious cargo upon arrival in Melbourne
FAIRFAX AUSTRALIA Grant Wright and his precious cargo upon arrival in Melbourne

Dean told UNILAD that when he saw a group of people standing around the baggage claim area with their phones out he immediately knew his export had arrived. And there I was in my flanno and RMs to greet her.

Peter Ellis, of the site FlightMood, determines that it is not uncommon to see the beer fly.

An Australian passenger travelled light on a flight from Melbourne to Perth - by checking in a solitary can of beer. "I've already seen the Export to be sent in Greece", he stressed to the Daily Mail.

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