BA passenger kicked off flight bound for England for wearing too many clothes. Ryan Hawaii was stopped at Iceland’s Keflavík Airport for wearing EIGHT pairs of trousers TEN shirts. So BRITISH Airways passenger claims was kicked off a flight to England and arrested for wearing too many CLOTHES. Ryan Hawaii says he tried to get round luggage allowance rules at Iceland’s Keflavík Airport by wearing eight pairs of trousers and ten shirts. Ryan filmed himself on Twitter as he confronted BA staff and airport security guards who refused him to fly for having ‘too many clothes on.’ The man, real name Ryan Carney Williams, was denied a boarding pass after wearing the excess items that didn’t fit in his suitcase. Was reportedly prevented from boarding an EasyJet flight the following day after the second airline heard about the previous day’s drama. After being stopped by security staff while trying to board the BA plane, dispute escalated into a row he filmed and posted on Twitter. Captions video “SMH @Britishairways” is a slang for “shaking my head,” “so much hate.”On Twitter he wrote: “Held at Iceland Keflavik airport with no baggage put all the clothes on and they still won’t let me on. Racial profiling?” Shortly after the confrontation police were called and had to pepper spray him and wrestle him to the ground, according to local media reports something which British Airways dispute. Once Ryan gave his report to the police at the station, he was sent back to the airport for a flight he had booked with EasyJet for the next day. Was again prevented from flying due to pilot made aware of incident.Ryan pants down to show how many articles of clothing he is wearing. The passenger said he was held at Keflavik International Airport. He posted: “And AGAIN! Refused from 2 flights in 2 days for no valid reason.” Ryan claims he was stuck in the airport without money or any belongings because his suitcase had been checked. Two security guards in high-vis jackets approached him as he asks: “Why can’t I get on this flight?” A woman waves her finger and replies: “Do we have to call the police?” Another scene shows BA check-in worker raised hand so not identified. On Twitter Ryan said he is a clothing designer and artist from Catford, South London. He later claimed EasyJet refunded him on third attempt at leaving. A spokesperson for British Airways told Sun Online: “We give customers a wide range of fares to choose from to meet their needs. “Our hand baggage only fares from Iceland are low as £47 each way, designed for customers travelling without any hold baggage. “We understand customers’ plans can change so they can choose to pay a fee at the airport if they need an extra bag. “We explained policy to the customer, and arranged an alternative flight to London.” A spokesperson for EasyJet said: “The Captain and ground crew were concerned about the reports from previous day so provided a refund and he travelled with another airline.” It is interesting stories coming up daily on length people go to, to beat system.