Missing Toilet Paper on a Single Flight Will Cost British Airways $365,000 and More

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  1. When British Airways runs out of toilet paper on your flight, I recommend using your paper boarding pass or pages from the British Airways in-flight magazine. Do not use the electronic boarding pass on your cell phone.

  2. Carry extra rolls in your carry on and sell it for a dollar a sheet. My Scott toilet paper that has a thousand sheets per roll could finance the vacation. LOL

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