From the people who brought you in-flight blow jobs (for pay in economy, for free in business), comes another outside the box idea. Bloomberg reports that Ryanair will ban passengers from traveling with check-in luggage. While you won't be able to bring anything that can't fit in an overhead compartment, it will be a relative free for all when it comes to carry-on bags, where the airline will apply no limit. For those of you worried about some asshole loading 12 bags of his own up top, do not fear. According to CEO Michael O'Leary the change, which will apparently save $28 million a year, will not mean "the end of civilization as we know it" and if you sufficiently bitch and moan about it enough, he'll probably throw in a BJ for free, regardless of your seat.