I'm all for safety, so I understand we're not allowed to bring liquids on a plane, but a little judgement call would be nice once in a while. My wife and I were travelling with carry-on only and decided to bring back 2 bottles of artisanal limoncello from Sorrento and were told we had to check-in the luggage in order to bring them back with us, and in doing so had to pay 60 euros (90$). The two bottles cost us 32 euros so it made no sense to pay the fee. To the delight of the people behind the Air Transat counter, we left the bottles to them and came back empty-handed. Other than being money-hungry on the part of Air Transat (which I like as an airline by the way for every other reason I travel!) how does this make sense to anyone?