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They did however load the lone tinny along with the other baggage onto the plane, and to his amazement, spotted his beer at baggage reclaim.The passenger, who wishes to remain unnamed, told Daily Mail Australia he was skeptical as to whether he could pull it off after he and a friend had thought of the idea.“Honestly, the thought of a single can of export making its way down the baggage carousel was too good to pass up so I thought I’d give it a whirl.” Dean said he’d tried to pull off the stunt when flying out of Perth but was too late to check in any baggage; the can travelled across Australia with him to be checked in on the way home.
Live fish, an entire dead cow, fridge freezers and bathtubs were all among the items passengers thought they could transport in the hold.
The changes since my last visit were a shock, but for once a pleasant one.
On my last visit in the late 1990s, there was very little decent beer, with the exception of a few locally-brewed porters.
Mostly your choice was limited to Carlsberg or Tuborg pils.
The turning point came in 1998 with the foundation of Danske lentusiaster , Denmarks beer consumersorganisation.