Unusual checked luggage

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burnt

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I was at ROK airport last week and noticed a pax. checking in with a normal sized green "wheelie bin" as his "bag", the check in staff placed it on the scales and advised him that he would have to remove a couple of Kg before they would accept it, so he removed something and it went on its merry way, anybody else ever seen anything odd or like this before?
 

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I've seen microwaves, flat screen TVs, trays of mangoes..
 

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Did it have a lid?
Flying in Eastern Europe, West Africa, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands tends to inure you to what would be considered bizarre or possibly dangerous in many other parts.
 

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Sporting equipment?

We've travelled with ice bins and toolboxes for our scuba gear and cameras, hubbys current underwater camera travel box is a big Stanley toolbox with handle and wheels from Bunnings and its been around the world at least twice.
 
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