i quite liked wizzair but with all these stupid fees like that one for extra leg room or if you wanna fly with your laptop you need to book a SEAT for it ha ha, it's really going the same way ryanair is...
that would be my understanding too. Double check because it sounds really strange.
let me copy and paste:
Any piece of baggage to be checked-in is subject to a fee, payable per bag, per flight and per passenger. The number of bags you wish to check in must be indicated and paid for during the booking process. If further pieces of baggage are paid for later, a higher Baggage Fee applies. If passenger checks in fewer pieces of baggage than had been paid for, Baggage Fee will not be refunded.
Passengers are allowed to carry one piece of carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 10 kilograms and with a maximum dimension of 55x20x40 centimetres and to check in a maximum of 20 kilograms without incurring an excess baggage fee. Should the weight of all the checked-in baggage combined exceed 20 kilograms, an excess baggage fee must be paid.
Your checked baggage must not contain:
a) cash, securities;
b) jewellery, precious metal, precious and semi-precious stones;
c) computer, camera, video camera, cellular phone and any other electronic or technical appliances and their accessories;
d) official, business or private documents;
e) travel or other identity documents;
f) keys;g) liquid (except: acid battery of a wheel chair);
i) pieces of art and fine arts.
Should your checked baggage contain any of the items listed above, we will not be liable for any loss, destruction, delay of and damage to such items.