A Spanish court called Ryanair's budget policy the charge for handcuffs "excessive" after a passenger was charged for obtaining a carry-on bag without special ticket.
The passenger was forced to pay € 20 (£ 17) to carry his 10kg luggage.
Ryanair only allows small bags as hand luggage if they can be kept under the front seat.
The airline said it would not change its litter policy. 19659013] The passenger was traveling from Madrid to Brussels when he was charged with carrying his extra luggage.
The airline has the policy of charging customers an additional fee for carrying any more than one personal item on board. Larger bags may also require a luggage charge.
The luggage was easily put into the cabin, the judge said.
It ruled the policy to be null and void and told Ryanair to "remove it" from its terms and conditions.
However, the sentence was ruled out because the judge did not consider the case to have caused sufficient stress to the disgruntled passenger.
The airline said it would not change its policy. of our cabin baggage, "it said in a statement.
The decision cannot appeal.