Odd News is not endorsing this sneaky idea. We are merely impressed with its cleverness. News.Com.Au is telling everyone about a report out of the Chinese newspaper, Kwong Wah Yit Poh. Apparently, an unidentified man used his first-class ticket to score free meals from a VIP airport lounge over 300 times.
Reportedly, the man bought one first-class ticket to an undisclosed location. Using that ticket he would get into a VIP lounge that Xi’an Airport in Shaanxi, China offers. In that lounge he was given free meals and drinks. He would then change his flight after finishing his food, meaning the next day he could, again, get free food and drinks. The man did this more than 300 times.
Metro News says that the airport staff became suspicious when they realized he had moved his flight booking…more than 300 times. They also noted that when he realized that he had been caught, he quickly cancelled his ticket, got a full refund, and left.