. It wasn’t a pleasant situation, he remembered. After putting on six t-shirts, four sweaters, three pairs of jeans, two pairs of track pants and two hats things were different. “It was impossible to walk, I could barely get on the plane. I wanted to take them all off as soon as I got to my seat – beside which was a spare seat that I could have sat one of my bags on – but was told I had to wait until we were up in the air,” the singer recounted. He soon passed out and was taken to a hospital immediately upon landing in Glasgow being treated for heat exhaustion. Fortunately the story had not other episodes.