[WATCH] Dad wears 8kg of clothes to avoid paying excess baggage at airport

Have you ever found yourself stuck at the airport due to overweight luggage?

This Scottish father came up with a genius solution to avoid paying extra for his excess baggage.

He decided to wear the eight kilograms of luggage rather than pay the weight fee.

His family recorded his putting layer upon layer of clothes so the weight can go down.

Also on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, Bafana Bafana has shocked everyone and revive the spirit of patriotism in many South Africans by beating Egypt 1-0 at Afcon.

One fan was so thrilled that she broke down on social media while sharing her excitement over the news.

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