Airport Worker Busted Stealing Stuff From Passenger Bags

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As if flying isn’t enough of a headache, you also have worry about your luggage never making it to its destination. And if your luggage somehow makes it, you now have to worry about some of your stuff missing from inside. Let me explain.

A 27-year-old airport worker named Abdullah Hayee Mayeh was recently arrested after he was filmed opening an airplane passenger’s bags in the luggage compartment of a Jetstar flight and then stealing something out of it.

Check out the footage that was caught on CCTV.

Airport Worker Busted Stealing Stuff From Passenger Bags

And once that video went viral, Jetstar launched an investigation. Here’s what they had to say in a statement:

“We have launched an immediate investigation and will work with Airports of Thailand, our ground handler BAGS and our local security company to ensure the security of our customers’ property on-board our flights.”

Well, eventually Mayeh, who was employed by BAGS, a company that provides baggage service to tons of airlines in Thailand, was fired and then put in handcuffs.

This idiot confessed and turned over a stolen Bluetooth he took from the bag he was seen opening.

In conclusion, try your best to carry your luggage on-board because airlines don’t do anything right these days.

h/t NY Post

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