Sure it's a publicity stunt but still it's an awesome story! The Canadian airline WestJet recently asked passengers before takeoff what they wanted for Christmas.  And when they landed, the presents came out on the conveyor belt at the baggage claim.  They'd gotten 150 volunteers to actually go out and buy the stuff people requested . . . including tablets, free airline tickets, and a 50-inch TV.  Some people didn't realize they'd actually be getting what they asked for, and didn't go BIG enough with their requests.  I feel bad for the guy that only asked for socks and underwear. He seemed pretty happy with his gift though.   Watch their reactions in the video below!