(FOX News) - Earlier this month, many major airlines including Delta, United and Virgin affiliates announced a blanket ban on hoverboards—the motorized, two-wheeled, skateboard-sized scooters that have quickly become this season’s must-have toy.
But apparently Russell Crowe didn’t get the memo.
On Monday, the actor was scheduled to travel on Virgin Australia but was shocked to learn that his children's hoverboards were not permitted in the plane's cargo hold.
Crowe immediately Tweeted at the airline, expressing his frustration.
Ridiculous @VirginAustralia. No Segway boards as luggage? Too late to tell us at airport.Kids and I offloaded. Goodbye Virgin. Never again.— Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) December 29, 2015